Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg

I drive an electric car, run marathons and bring my own bags to the shops. I bet you don’t do all of those virtuous things.

Looking after the environment reminds me of Noah, where the Invisible Magic Friend destroyed the whole world and almost every living thing on it. Don’t be like the Invisible Magic Friend… er, I mean do be like the Invisible Magic Friend… oh dear I seem to be a bit confused.

Scintillatingly Rev and non-female Philip North, Bishop of Burnley and not Bishop of Sheffield

Today, I want to talk to you about the 39 people killed in a container lorry while being smuggled as modern slaves into Britain.

No of course I don’t, I want to talk to you about Jesus, but those 39 victims will make a great excuse.

Do you look down on and despise the people who clean your car, or paint your nails, or fix your coffee? We, and by “we” I do of course mean “you”, all do.

Jesus never looked down on the person who painted his nails. Instead, he cured them. Wasn’t Jesus just great.