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Chorister

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The current edition of the Church Times is available in a limited version online unless you are a subscriber. I've been informed that subscriber-only back editions are made available once they are no longer current.

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Ancient Mariner

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Article in the current Evangelical Alliance (UK) IDEA magazine.

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Josephine

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Ship of Fools got a mention in today's Seattle Times.

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Ancient Mariner

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Nice to see the Cap'n bagging front page and centre spread of this week's (16.4.10) Church Times.

[Overused]

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Chorister

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I must admit I was rather surprised (not to say pleased) to read the Headline in the Evening Standard on Thursday: BBC defends ship of fools. But alas, alack and welaway, when I read on further I discovered it was just more stuff about the election shenanigans.

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Chorister

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Stephen Glover, in the Independent, has put forward an argument for Simon Jenkins to be made a life peer. I must say I entirely agree - although I rather suspect he means 'the other one'.

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Ancient Mariner

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Am due to contribute to a discussion on the future of the church on BBC Radio Scotland this morning. Some time between 9.30 and 10 am, I think.

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Ancient Mariner

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OK - the station called but couldn't get to me before the news. Sorry for the false alarm.

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Ancient Mariner

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A mention in today's Guardian (UK).

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TonyK

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And our revered Cap'n Simon has an interesting article in this week's Church Times about 'On-line Communion'.

Only available on their website to subscribers, unfortunately.

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Arrietty

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It will be available to everyone else when the next issue comes out next Friday.

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I'm very glad to see that The Ship is getting a mention in all the best reporting of the Pope's visit.

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From that article, apparently 'simony is the sin of trafficking sacred things'... [Killing me]

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Ancient Mariner

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Our own 'Simony' on the UK's Channel 4 News (via his Blog).

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Simon

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I'm going to be on the PM programme (BBC Radio 4) at 5.45 ish this afternoon. Subject: Papal gizmos and gadgets. Should be fun.

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Ancient Mariner

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Simon's excellent BBC Radio 4 interview (PM Programme) here. Scroll through to 52' 38".

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fowl
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Two papal gadgets spotted on Mock the Week this evening. (The Benedictophone and the make your own Popemobile).

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Chorister

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As usual I try to put myself into the shoes of the Great Unknowing litening public, and once again find myself saying, 'Is this guy For Real?' [Ultra confused]

Simon Jenkins, the Monty Python of the Airwaves.

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Pigwidgeon

Ship's Owl
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I want to see footage if Benny jumps into the mosh pit!
[Big Grin]

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Nicolemr
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Someone just linked the "Picnic with the Pontif" page of Gadgets for God to a livejournal community (talkpolitics) that I belong to. Not sure if that counts as media mention or not, but I thought I'd mention it.

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Pigwidgeon

Ship's Owl
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The October 24 issue of The Living Church has just been published on-line for subscribers; the hard copy edition will be going in the mail. The Mystery Worshipper is mentioned in a letter to the Editor.

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Ancient Mariner

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Nice piece in the Northern Echo.

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Pigwidgeon

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The Church Times St. Gargoyle's cartoon for 15 October.
[Big Grin]

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Ancient Mariner

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quote:
Originally posted by Pigwidgeon:
The Church Times St. Gargoyle's cartoon for 15 October.
[Big Grin]

[Cool]

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Chorister

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quote:
Originally posted by Ancient Mariner:
Nice piece in the Northern Echo.

Yes, but did you also see - in view while you are reading the main article - the headline 'Masked raider targets betting shop'. You never know what these Mystery Worshippers are going to get up to next!

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Ancient Mariner

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Your editor in today's Guardian.

[Overused]

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The Great Gumby

Ship's Brain Surgeon
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The comments are funny - looks like he's got a new friend in Gabriel100:
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Not sure about the "mystery worshipper" thing - quite puerile, suspect the people who do the reviews are about as Christian as Steven "take me as I am" Tomlinson (The drip from ships of fools / here who looks like a weedy Barry McGuidan) (sic)
Tosser.

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Amanda B. Reckondwythe

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quote:
Originally posted by The Great Gumby:
Looks like he's got a new friend in Gabriel100: "Not sure about the 'mystery worshipper' thing - quite puerile, suspect the people who do the reviews are about as Christian as Steven "take me as I am" Tomlinson."

The next comment puts him down royally, I think. Miss Amanda, for one, takes her Christianity quite seriously, although she's not above poking fun at it. "O wad some Power the giftie gie us" and all that, don't you know.

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Chorister

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Unfortunately this one is not real, but Wesley J had me for a minute there.

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Mr Clingford
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The ship is name-checked in Stephen Tomkins' article on the KJV on the BBC website.

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Chorister

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14 January, Church Times, quirky but humorous reference to Mystery Worshippers in the caption competition. The context will be available to see online from next week, but for those unable to wait the picture was of a group of Cybermen outside St. Paul's Cathedral and one of the captions submitted was:

The Mystery Worshippers gave the service top marks, but were hurt that no one had approached them afterwards to chat over coffee.

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Loveheart

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quote:
Originally posted by Chorister:
14 January, Church Times, quirky but humorous reference to Mystery Worshippers in the caption competition. The context will be available to see online from next week, but for those unable to wait the picture was of a group of Cybermen outside St. Paul's Cathedral and one of the captions submitted was:

The Mystery Worshippers gave the service top marks, but were hurt that no one had approached them afterwards to chat over coffee.

Brilliant! [Overused]

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ken
Ship's Roundhead
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Not Ship, but Steve Tomkins is on BBC 4 telling Adam Nicolson what a Puritan is.

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St. Gwladys
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Ship of Fools got mentioned in a Western Mail ("The National Newspaper of Wales") article on Twitter.

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Chorister

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I was interested to see that, in session 4 of the 'Everybody Welcome' course we are studying for Lent, we are to be watching a DVD of Mystery Worshippers and also finding out what happened when a Mystery Worshipper visited our church. What I discovered when clicking on the 'more information' links below the general summary was that Ship of Fools Mystery Worshippers are mentioned several times, including the priceless phrase, 'You can't book them in - they just turn up!' (Anyone need a strapline?)

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Ancient Mariner

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Chorister, it would be good to have sight of those videos, if possible.

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Rev per Minute
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quote:
Originally posted by St. Gwladys:
Ship of Fools got mentioned in a Western Mail ("The National Newspaper of Wales") article on Twitter.

It's by yer (or for those of you further away, over by there).

Also a reminder to Simon that, whatever he does, he will remain 'Cardiff-born' for the purposes of the Western Mail and Echo!

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Chorister

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quote:
Originally posted by Ancient Mariner:
Chorister, it would be good to have sight of those videos, if possible.

AM, see my PM. (I enjoyed writing that phrase! [Biased] )

General Info: DVDs (and other course materials) available here if anyone is interested. The Ship of Fools is mentioned under 'additional content' (in the 'introduction' and 'guidelines' sections), not sure if it is mentioned in the DVDs or whether they just refer to their own Mystery Worshippers on there.

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Chorister

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Stephen Tomkins is reviewing a book called 'Why Johnny Can't Sing Hymns: How popular culture rewrote the hymnal' by T. David Gordon, in edition 7721 of the Church Times. The information at the end of the review says, 'Stephen Tomkins is contributing editor of Ship of Fools (www.shipoffools.com) and deputy editor of Third Way magazine'.

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The Midge
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I was given a freebie (in the hope that I might take out a subscription no doubt) and can inform you that the April edition of "Christianity" has an article entitled "Life Online". SoF is mentioned under the News and Opinion listing and concludes:

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For a one-stop-shop that meets many of your daily needs the Ship of Fools is a very worthy choice.
One wonders if the Christianity editor might have shot themselves in the foot.

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LJB
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Ship of Fools rates a mention on the "Blogroll: the truths are out there" on the Guardian Cif belief section....
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Ancient Mariner

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About time we got another mench in the Sunday Telegraph.

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PeteC

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Rexory posted this on the Australian thread:

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Short article in the "West Australian" this morning about SoF. "Seldom, if ever, crossing the line into satire, the content here is excellent for those who wish to balance the serious side of Christianity".

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quote:
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About time we got another mench in the Sunday Telegraph.

[Cool]

42 minute sermon. [Eek!] [Eek!]

Lord have mercy.

Did the Vatican really advise 8 minute sermons???

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Marvin the Martian

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quote:
Originally posted by Evensong:
Did the Vatican really advise 8 minute sermons???

Still a bit long for me. Can't we get them down to a round five minutes?

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PeteC

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Heck, Marv, a lot of preachers haven't even got to the punchline of their opening joke in five minutes!

[Big Grin]

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Ancient Mariner

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Gadgets for God branded 'notorious' by The Guardian.

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LeRoc

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The words "pictures of Jesus" in the first paragraph of that article seem to link erroneously to the SoF article Jesus the hot air balloon.

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Ancient Mariner

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Erroneously?

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LeRoc

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I guess those words in the Guardian article should link to art4god.com.

Or are you having fun with me? [Biased]

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