Perhaps it is fair to say that Cameron doesn't really consider religious values unless he has been asked to give a speech defending their importance.
When I think about managing identities and privileges within an organisation, one of my favorite analogies for the whole privileged identity lifecycle is biblical. Everything starts 'in the beginning' with a super user.
If you can't imagine a world without great literature and fascinating ideas and intercultural understanding - and if you don't want to imagine such a world either - do your part and read translated literature. Go on. I dare you.
The bible. Not easy to relate to these days. I mean, what does the 21st century woman have in common with the women who appear in the bible? Eve, Esther, Delilah - what do they know about the pressures of trying to juggle running your own business with having a life outside of work? Did they stress about never having enough hours in the day to get everything done?
I must first start by stating that this blog is not a philosophical premise so much as it is the culmination of thoughts about language. Of late I have been torn between the idea that language is a key sign of higher consciousness in our species but that it is also our enemy.
Every school is to be sent a copy of the King James Bible to mark the 400th anniversary of its translation, it was revealed
2011 marks the 400th year anniversary of the publication of the first official English translation of the Bible. Known as the King James Bible, it has been described by many religious scholars and clergymen as a "national epic", and despite the popularity of a certain quidditch-playing wizard, it is still the most widely read book ever.
Gag-merchants Matthew Mark and Luke N. John booked themselves a place in comedy heaven with Jesus and his 12 Apostles. This startlingly inventive story of a loony carpenter and his rag-tag bunch of followers was the Word in event television.