Mumford & Sons’ new album, Babel. As if this isn’t a highlight of my whole September. Three years in the making, and boy is it worth the wait. ‘Hopeless Wanderer’ is my current favourite and best.

From the Garden to the City: The Redeeming and Corrupting Power of Technology by John Dyer. The garden being Eden, the city being the new creation. Dyer deftly weaves the history of technology through the biblical narrative of the history of humanity in a concise, helpful and humorous fashion.

Amazing use of techonology to depict what Biblical events might have looked like from space.

What does your bookcase say about you? Probably that I don’t make enough time for reading.

While we’re on the subject of books, I recently realised how brilliant The Great Gatsby is, and wondered why it had taken me so long to get round to reading it. Here are some wittily designed literature-related garments to encourage others to read your own favourites.

Written by Angeline Liles // Follow Angeline on  Twitter

Cambridge-dweller and bicycle-cycler, Angeline enjoys films, books and music. Having completed an internship with Christian Heritage, she’s endeavouring to apply the knowledge that Jesus’ gospel relates to all of life. When not on trains or at gigs, she happily stamps books at the university library.

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