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Insect collapse

Insect collapse

by Andrew Phillips, 14th February 2019 Human activity in history has often affected animal populations. The most infamous is probably the Dodo, which became extinct in the seventeenth century due to human activity on the island of Mauritius. In our own time, it is well known that numbers of some species are declining sharply – with certain iconic animals such […]

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Our relationship with objects: on Marie Kondo

Our relationship with objects: on Marie Kondo

Reflections on how we can relate better to objects in light of a relational God by Hannah Eves, 28th January 2019 This January’s Netflix offering comes in the form of Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. Kondo’s method has since sparked numerous comment pieces, offending book lovers the most with her decluttering method. As one disgruntled bibliophile put it, […]

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Doing research biblically

Doing research biblically

by Peter Redmayne, 22nd January 2019 Welcome to the first SAGE blog post! This is a space where we will be writing about what we are learning as part of Jubilee Centre’s SAGE Graduate Programme and where we will apply it to think biblically about current issues. This post will tell you about our group […]

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