Church of England revs with a difference Thomas Pelham and Jamie Franklin sit down to talk about the major events of this week.
Amongst other things, we discussed the Church's somewhat questionable response to the Sunday scheduling of the Women's World Cup final: Is it really the right message to tell people that it's fine to skip church to watch it? And what are the wider implications of using women's football as a vehicle of social change?
A former scientific advisor to the government says that the falling birth rare in the UK are a good thing. And the revolving door between government and Big Pharma as former government scientific advisor Jonathan Van Tam takes a senior role at Moderna.
That, a Question the Rev on Bible study guides, and emails on an Orthodox perspective on just war and Sainsbury's selling occult magazines.
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Daniel's Tweets on CofE's response to women's World Cup: https://twitter.com/holydisrupter/status/1692486442629333367 and https://twitter.com/holydisrupter/status/1692948796223717448
Sky panellists says women's team not diverse enough
Lower Birth Rate “Good for Planet”
“Revolving Door” Between pharma and government
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