a geography lesson

After church today we decided to stop for lunch at the excellent Deus ex Machina, a cool motorbike shop with attached café. They have loads of copies of the day’s papers and I picked up today’s Sun Herald. Today they were giving away a world map that looked a bit like this:

Look at the monstrosity! Since when was Australia the centre of the world? We all know that a proper map has something else at the centre:

View this post at the WhiteHorseInn

Leave a Reply

4 comments on “a geography lesson

  1. We all know that a proper map has something else at the centre:

    What, Africa? That’s what your proposed map seems to suggest. Well, Africa is at least the heart of Anglicanism these days, I suppose.

  2. There’s are some deep analogous messages in those two maps pertaining to theology and the Liberal versus Conservative approach, don’t you think?
    Here’s a couple for a start;
    -The oldest ways of viewing how things work are not always the best or most correct
    -What one puts at the centre of ones world view, unless it’s God, will always be arbitrary and come from ones own predjudices

  3. Good dispatch and this post helped me alot in my college assignement. Gratefulness you as your information.

Leave a Comment - but please pay careful attention to the house rules