Monthly Archives: July 2011

The flow of God’s humour: The gospel according to slapstick

The Vernacular Curate has a great little article about his quite appropriate appreciation for humour. He points out how much Acts 20:9 makes him laugh. Quite right too. Jimmy Carr style humour, and what good it would have done for Carr to read that sort … Continue reading

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When comic activism turns sour: And other, better fun

Being rather overwhelmed by #NOTW and #hackgate, I wish very much that Have I Got News for You or at least some good topical radio comedy was on to help me through the ordeal that awaits me every time I look … Continue reading

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