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Short Stories

Jurassic Peckham

In Peckham, no-one can hear you scream.

For Georgie Macmillan, life in South London has been tough since giving birth to twins. Oblivious to the rumours of strange sightings and increased police presence in Peckham, she’s just trying to survive. But today, Georgie – and the residents of Peckham – are about to have a pretty bad day.

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Faith

Your debt isn’t as hopeless as you think.

Poor, overweight and downright resolution-weary, we’re approaching what’s been branded ‘the most depressing day of the year’ — Blue Monday. But for those of us who’ve struggled with real debt, it’s no joking matter. And here’s a message of hope.

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Book Reviews

Rest by Alex Soojung-Kim Pang – Book Review

Rest by Alex Soojung-Kim Pang is as much a triumph of research as it is a call to arms for creatives to begin seeing resting as a skill, something that we should take seriously, to learn and improve at.

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Book Reviews

Make Time by Jake Knapp and John Zeratsky

Make Time is an excellent, clear and sometimes provocative book that gives plenty of ‘aha’ moments along with easily actionable advice to help ensure that you get to do the things that matter most to you in a busy world.

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Music Reviews

All Ashore by Punch Brothers – Music Review

All Ashore is an astonishing bluegrass album by US quintet Punch Brothers.

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Faith

If Christianity is true, why is it dying out?

Many believe that religion will inevitably decline with social and intellectual progress. How can Christians honestly believe their faith is true when we see their numbers diminishing?

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Faith

Erasing Jesus from history

Was Jesus real? In our ‘post-truth’ world, attitudes towards established grand narratives have changed. Old assumptions are being challenged, but not always for the right reasons. I explore why 40% of adults in the UK believe that Jesus was not a real, historical person.

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Book Reviews

Dragon Teeth by Michael Crichton – Book Review

An enjoyable Wild West adventure from the author of Jurassic Park, released ten years after his untimely death.

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Book Reviews

The Rules of Work by Richard Templar – Book Review

Insightful ideas to live by or an outdated rivalry-based methodology to get ahead in life? You decide.

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Short Stories

Good night, Countess

Arthur has been a servant to the Countess for as long as he can remember. But tonight, Arthur is going to escape forever.