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Ancient Mariner

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LeRoc, I think Andrew is pointing to SoF then to the Art4God site further down.

[Cool]

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LeRoc

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Ok, never mind.

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Marvin the Martian

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There's a small appearance by the Captain in today's Metro:

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Simon Jenkins, editor of Christian website Ship of Fools, said the cathedral’s handling of the camp had been a ‘car crash’ and an ‘almighty mess’.


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Boogie

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Simon was interviewed on the BBC news channel yesterday - excellent words, but I can't find a link to it.

They mentioned the Ship twice [Big Grin]

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Chorister

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Extract from his blog shows picture, and time of interview, if anyone wants to follow it up.

Also, there is now an article on the front page of the ship magazine.

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Kelly Alves

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Yeah, I's love to see the Youtube on that. The article was really good.

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Wesley J

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Simon on the BBC World Service, 2 November 2011, 0515am, The World Today (link), about the St Paul's goings-on. Interview starts 9'50" in.

Programmes is available for listening online until Wednesday, 9 November 2011, 0602am.

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kingsfold

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Ah, so I wasn't dreaming then.

I thought I heard the Cap'n's name mentioned & SoF but since I had the radio on to try & get back to sleep, I wasn't sure....

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Chorister

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Simon Jenkins has written an article about Halloween (page 13 of Church Times) dated 28 October, which I've only just got around to reading. It's called 'A chance to play on the dark side' and is subscriber only this week, but will be generally available from the archive (issue no. 7754) from next week.

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Kelly Alves

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I just read that recently-- guess someone linked it-- and was really impressed. I even told my mother to share it with her Bible study group. (she was impressed, too.)

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Kelly Alves

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... and I just heard the podcast. Perfect.

I found the comments about the social function of the cathedral really exciting-- and really necessary.

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yay Simon! I have already been sharing your blog post around, and this just adds to it. (the BBC interview) very well done, Captain.

plus, as a former professional radio geek - you have a nice voice and delivery. double attaboys!

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Kelly Alves

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Agreed, Simon has a very ear-catching voice. Firm, but warm.

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quote:
Originally posted by Wesley J:
Simon on the BBC World Service, 2 November 2011, 0515am, The World Today (link), about the St Paul's goings-on. Interview starts 9'50" in.

Programmes is available for listening online until Wednesday, 9 November 2011, 0602am.

Thanks for the link, Wesley J. Nice little interview, well done Simon [Big Grin] .
It's slightly a pity that the BBC introduced Simon as presenting what "young christians" think, given the wide age-range on here though.

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Boogie

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Nah - we are all young at heart [Angel]

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Sioni Sais
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quote:
Originally posted by luvanddaisies:
quote:
Originally posted by Wesley J:
Simon on the BBC World Service, 2 November 2011, 0515am, The World Today (link), about the St Paul's goings-on. Interview starts 9'50" in.

Programmes is available for listening online until Wednesday, 9 November 2011, 0602am.

Thanks for the link, Wesley J. Nice little interview, well done Simon [Big Grin] .
It's slightly a pity that the BBC introduced Simon as presenting what "young christians" think, given the wide age-range on here though.

Yes, the Ship does have a wide age range (18 to 80 I believe) but critically it has plenty over 30 but not retired. Men of that age seem especially under represented in many churches, which is not the case here. YMMV.

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Well I was listening to BBC Radio Guernsey as I was driving about this morning when suddenly I was listening to Milton Jones being interviewed about Roll on Christmas. A nice plug for that and the Ship!

Auntie Doris x

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Chorister

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Given that there has been a thread on WWJD recently, shipmates might be interested in reading an article currently linked to on the BBC news website by Steve Tomkins. Although it doesn't specifically mention the ship, it covers several of the things which were discussed in the thread plus extra stuff I didn't know about before.

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ElaineC
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Roll on Christmas and the Ship get a mention here.

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Amanda B. Reckondwythe

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The suffragan bishop of the Diocese in Europe has given Mystery Worship a favorable mention.

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Chorister

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quote:
Originally posted by ElaineC:
Roll on Christmas and the Ship get a mention here.

And here.


(Watch out! These nativities can be dangerous! [Eek!] )

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Ancient Mariner

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And more in Inspire.

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quote:
Originally posted by Kelly Alves:
Agreed, Simon has a very ear-catching voice. Firm, but warm.

shaken not stirred.

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Kelly Alves

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We need a "like" button on the ship, but only for duchess's posts [Big Grin]

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duchess

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I feel unworthy but [Overused]

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Chorister

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Catching up on my pre-christmas reading, I see that Ship of Fools get a mention with regard to a book review by Steve Tomkins ('A Short History of England' Simon Jenkins).

I thought you could access anything old in the Church Times archive for free, but it appears that book reviews are still behind the subscriber wall.

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Chorister

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The Church Times has shipoffools named as one of its five favourite twitter followings.

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Ancient Mariner

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quote:
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The Church Times has shipoffools named as one of its five favourite twitter followings.

Of course!

[Biased]

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Kelly Alves

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Excellent!

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Mamacita

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Today's lead essay on Episcopal Café includes a shout-out to The Ship.

[ 27. March 2012, 02:14: Message edited by: Mamacita ]

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Sioni Sais
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Simon, what have you been up to?

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Ancient Mariner

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quote:
Originally posted by Sioni Sais:
Simon, what have you been up to?

[Cool]

Should be hired for a shipmeet.

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Chorister

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I was disappointed that Ship of Fools didn't get a specific mention here, but the survey still looks interesting and relevant to those who share their faith on SoF.

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Sioni Sais
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quote:
Originally posted by Chorister:
I was disappointed that Ship of Fools didn't get a specific mention here, but the survey still looks interesting and relevant to those who share their faith on SoF.

The figure for Pentecostalists appears high while that for Roman Catholics looks low. Maybe there's an age and class thing at work?

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Marvin the Martian

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quote:
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I was disappointed that Ship of Fools didn't get a specific mention here, but the survey still looks interesting and relevant to those who share their faith on SoF.

Interesting certainly, but it's all about mission and sharing the faith in the sense of evangelism - that is, getting the message out to non-Christians. A bulletin board aimed primarily at those who are already Christian, while good for many other reasons, doesn't fit into that category.

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Chorister

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Hmmm, I wouldn't want to be as black-and-white about it as that, Marvin - I'd like to hope that we talk about our faith quite naturally on the Ship, both with those who are Christians and those who are not.

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Ancient Mariner going for a walk.
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Simon

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Just to say that I'm on the BBC Radio 4 programme The Digital Human at 4.30pm today, talking about Ship of Fools and the joys of digital religion.

The Digital Human

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Chorister

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Interested to note that today's Church Times has a centrefold pull-out for Back To Church Sunday, where they suggest church returners could 'Mystery Worship' the church they go to on that day, and send the report to the vicar.

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I wish I wouldn't have clicked through everything to somehow get to the guest starring nun's online paper...that had a link to a dead cat as a helicopter. That was wrong. I will listen to this show this week, promise, as I am book marking this for myself. I just need now to get off the internet tonight.

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Alien and I are raising money for Cancer Research... please sponsor us!

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is it there correctly

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LeRoc

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LOL, I think you confused this one with the UBB practice thread?

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Marvin the Martian

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Not exactly a "traditional" media sighting, but the title of this episode of one of the webcomics I'm following made me smile [Smile]

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Tree Bee

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Sunday On Radio 4 this morning included a discussion of digital religion.
Our Simon was one of the participants, according to Mr Bee who listened while I was still in the land of nod. [Snore]

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Ancient Mariner

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I will be on BBC Radio Wales' All Things Considered this Sunday (23 Sep) talking about the upcoming Godbaby campaign from Church Ads this Christmas.

[Cool]

[ 21. September 2012, 09:15: Message edited by: Ancient Mariner ]

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Ancient Mariner

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Here is the link to the BBC Wales programme 'All Things Considered'. [Cool]

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Chorister

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I was interested to read about this - sounds just like Mystery Worship but costs £60!

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£60 plus VAT.

They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery....

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Anyone who looks up i-church (after they are featured on BBC1 Songs of Praise tonight, 5pm) will see a link to Ship of Fools. I guess only a fraction might click on it, but we may get some extra traffic (and new members?) from that source.

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