Dear Gillian Philosophy today, is mostly a preparation for a pay-cheque or terminal unemployment (probably the latter). Whereas in ancient Greece and Rome, philosophy was
This is an excellent book subtitled ‘Hermits, Recluses and Spiritual Outsiders in Medieval England’ and states that it is historically ‘unclear’ how Celtic Christianity first
‘Paul was a native of Tarsus in Asia Minor, which by his time had surpassed even Athens and Alexandria to become the major centre of
As I work in translation, I am surprised by the latitude the Christian Church has allowed for English translations from the Hebrew and the Greek.
Dear Gillian Well, there’s been a talking dog and very well behaved and cooperative bed bugs, and now Paul has encountered a lion that instead
‘Watery fairies dance in mazy rings’ Homer: Iliad (c. 800 BCE) Author’s Note: Throughout the British Isles and Ireland, trees were often viewed as ‘sacred’ within Celtic