Luke Tarassenko is a Christian, husband, brother, friend, son, Doctor of Theology, RE teacher, writer, reader, drummer and walker from Oxford, England, living in Cambridge, England. I write here about theology, philosophy and literature, among other things.
WHY I AM (STILL) A CHRISTIAN
READ THE FIRST THREE CHAPTERS OF MY NOVEL ‘HOW ZANTHEUS FELL INTO THE SKY’ HERE
I’ll aim to post on this blog, say, at least once a month. If you’re travelling in a different country other than the UK, please visit the blog, as then I get to watch the little coloured map on my reader-statistics page expand and grow, mwahahaha!
HOW TO SURVIVE A PGCE (uncensored version)
HOW TO FINISH A PhD IN THE HUMANITIES IN (x) YEARS
ON THE TASK OF THE CHRISTIAN ARTIST WITH REFERENCE TO KIERKEGAARD
FAITH AND ACADEMIC THEOLOGY
LIVING ARTISTICALLY: POIESIS IN NIETZSCHE, SAYERS AND TOLKIEN
IN SEARCH OF OTHERWORLD
ON FINDING PURPOSE IN WORK
WHAT IF CHURCH LOOKED LIKE THE BOOK OF ACTS?
SEVEN LESSONS FROM CHRISTIAN HISTORY
HOW GOD FEELS ABOUT YOU
REFLECTIONS ON ‘THE WAY’
ON BEING ‘PLUGGED IN’
IN OFFENCE OF CHRISTIANITY
THE SECRET TO TRUE SUCCESS
MY SECOND MOST FAVOURITEST BOOK EVER
CAN WE EVER KNOW THE TRUTH? THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO JOHANNES CLIMACUS
KIERKEGAARD AND THE THREE WAYS TO LIVE
LAST MINUTE ALTERNATIVE CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEAS