Monday, 17 October 2011

Religions know their place in Oxford


On one of my rare visits to Blackwells famous bookshop on Broad St in Oxford, I was delighted to see that they place Religions and World Tales in between Myths and Legends and Fairy Tales.

Small edit, June 2012 - on a recent visit to Blackwells I was sad to see that they have reshuffled their shelves and now it it less well placed.  How sad!  At least it is recorded here for posterity.

5 comments:

forbsy said...

...absolutely where it belongs...but just to be clear about this, Christianity of course, is NOT a religion it's a relationship with Jesus Christ! :)

kspr said...

@forbsy I hope you're not serious about christianity not being a religion.

Anonymous said...

LOL Shut up.

"I agree! Religion is nothing but fairy tales...except for Christianity of course!"

Hilary said...

Hi KSPR yes am absolutely serious about Christianity NOT being a religion. Jesus Christ is risen from the dead and is alive today. He is coming back one day for His church, and there is a day coming when every single knee shall bow and every tongue shall confess that Jesus Christ is Lord. He knows the thoughts of every single person on this good Earth, and the motives of people's hearts. Nothing is hidden from His sight.

Hilary said...

...and also to 'anonymous' I really don't think it is polite to tell someone to 'shut up' no matter how much and how passionately one might disagree with another.