This week: identity, shepherds, rich people, reading music
Here's London looking moody and murky.
How does God see you if you are a Christian? Mark Galli illustrates this wonderful truth beautifully.
It's a brave man who suggests that the richest 1% are doing the rest of the country good, and Fraser Nelson is that man, armed with stats that say the wealthiest have never contributed more to the public purse.
The life of a Twenty-First Century shepherd is investigated by Caroline Crampton.
The value of reading things that seem to be irrelevant your interests or studies is praised by Wesley Hill.
I rather like Colours In The Dark by Tongues:
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