Elsewhere in week 23

We visited the Edinburgh College of Art's Degree Show, loving our friend India's miniature portraits (top), Corinne McDonough's very still still lifes (middle), and the architecture models.


I wouldn't normally recommend GQ Magazine, but Charlie Burton has written in there about how Jesus is changing lives in Britain's prisons through The Alpha Course.

Thabiti Anyabwile asks whether Christians should go chasing after every cause they disagree with.

N.T. Wright has a problem with "biblical authority."

With the World Cup nearly here(!), Lincoln Harvey introduces a theology of sport.

With the World Cup nearly here(!!!), Richard Williams considers what makes for a great commentator.

New feature: recipes we've enjoyed. With the World Cup nearly here(!!!!!!!!), we tried one of Jamie Oliver's World Cup recipes: jollof rice. We'll be having that again.

If you like Dire Straits and Bruce Springsteen (and if you don't, what is wrong with you?), you might like this by The War On Drugs: