Friday, May 16, 2008


Trawling through media comment and reportage on a regular basis can sometimes be a depressing experience. At times it feels like mainstream journalism has lost its primary interest in conveying what others are actually saying and meaning, and has become over embroiled in the 'rush to judgement'. My latest Wardman Wire 'Thinking Aloud' column is on The struggle to be truthful (in at least the minimal sense of that term), and as examples looks at how both the latest Religious Trends survey and an article by Rowan Williams on embryo research got covered by the papers.

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