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Jesus and the Druids

May 26th, 2010



A showing of the film ‘And Did Those Feet?’

Based on the book by Gordon Strachan  ‘Jesus the Master Builder’

This new film looks at the links between Palestine and Druidry in Britain at the time of Jesus and considers the story that Jesus actually visited Britain. In the absence of Gordon Strachan due to illness, the film will be introduced by Tim Firth of the Horsham Interfaith Forum and will be followed by discussion. tea and coffee. Tim Firth is a former lecturer in theology and a student of Gordon Strachan’s work

Rev Dr Gordon Strachan is a Church of Scotland minister and a former lecturer on architecture and adult education at Edinburgh University.  He has lectured on subjects including the ancient wisdoms, art, numerology and sacred geometry.  He is an artist and a well-known author.  Among his books are Christ and the Cosmos, The Bible’s Hidden Cosmology, The Return of Merlin and Chartres: Sacred Geometry and Sacred Space.

MONDAY JULY 5th 7.00 pm   at



Admission free

Partridge Green is five miles south of Horsham, three miles east of the A24 and two miles south of the A272. Further information from: Tim Firth on 01403 790 038 or

One Response to “Jesus and the Druids”

  1. Mr Carr-Comm and readers:
    It’s with great sadness that I record the passing of Gordon Strachan, who died 14 July 2010, in Edinburgh after a few weeks of illness. He illuminated lives. He let us in to a rarified world of scholarship. He set a standard for debate and study. We’ll all miss him.
    He spent 10 years working on the book “Jesus the Master Builder” and it is a Tour de Force of reasoned argument. Of course there is the knowledge of Gordon the puckish, donnish, ironical, wistful, artistic professional scholar. He never seems to be dogmatic. He just does the work, lays it out, argues the debating points and opens your mind.
    You learn that whether Jesus actually came to ‘England’ / or not is beside the point.
    There are thousands of words written in all shades of opinion about that book, and precious few have actually read it.
    He was one of the good guys. A great inspiration loved by all who knew him.

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