I finished my last term-time exam (Hebrew) on Thursday. Now I only have the final exams left. The last few days have enjoyable, if not very productive. Earlier in the week I had a phone call from my brother Mark, who suggested that I go with him for a month’s holiday in China this summer. I have booked my ticket and can’t wait. I have done relatively little reading over the past week, although I have watched some good films. Crash is the most profoundly thought-provoking film that I have seen in a long time, despite a lot of bad language. I recommend it very highly. Christians could gain much by reflecting on the deep themes raised by such ‘non-Christian’ movies. I also watched Howl’s Moving Castle last night, a fantastic film in every sense of the word. Having loved Spirited Away I thought that I would try Howl’s Moving Castle, which I now feel is probably the better of the two.
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