Issue 5, Jan 2007
Urban or rural? Or maybe both?
Is there something about the city that draws people into its busy pace? Why do so many urbanites secretly (or not so secretly) want to find a nice place in the country? And why is Paradise called the Garden of Eden, but Heaven is a city – the New Jerusalem?
Update, Sep 2007: Mrs Bartlett’s yummy toasted muesli recipe is now online.
What’s in this issue
|Front||From the Editor||Ben Hoyt|
|Locale||Just a big country town||Deborah Evans|
|Feature||Land values||Tim Sterne, Jonathan M.|
|Theology||Musings on urban/rural theology||Andrew Nugteren|
|History||Workers unite, farmers fight!||Ben Hoyt|
|History||Xerxes can’t sleep||Lauretta Duinkerke|
|Gardening||Watering, feeding, pests and diseases||Janette Bartlett|
|Sport||Eastside, Westside or countryside?||Tim Sterne|
|People||Wendell Berry, genius||Hans Snoek|
|Story||The tale of Johnny Town-mouse||Beatrix Potter|
|Poetry||Ninetieth birthday||R. S. Thomas|
Only on the web
|Food||Mrs Bartlett’s toasted muesli||Janette Barlett|