Monthly Archives: September 2008

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The 10 Commandments for Bloggers

Last week I took part in a day on blogging hosted by the Evangelical Alliance (called Godblogs), it was an interesting day, hosted by Krish Kandiah. Mark Meynell from All Souls Langham Place, introduced us to some different types of blogs, (I think this blog

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What about trade justice?

Trade justice – it’s an interesting issue because it directly affects our thinking about the world and how we view money. The ethics of business, the thought with which we use our money and the places we put it say something about us and the

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Supporting Christian Bookshops

Tim Challies in Canada, has posted on this subject and it’s one dear to my heart. As the owner of a Christian bookshop (that is constantly fighting to survive) I thought I’d repost it here and see what response I get to exactly the same

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What you've been reading (25/09/08)

Incomparable by Andrew Wilson – reviewed by Ant Hilder Courageous Leadership by Bill Hybels – reviewed by Beat the Drum What would Jesus buy by Reverend Billy – reviewed by Jeremy Living Hope Pocket Devotions from Every Day With Jesus by Selwyn Hughes – reviewed

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Fighting to save the rich

Put a headline like that up and it’s not long before people’s backs are up. But this is precisely what is happening in our financial system. Billions of pounds and dollars (not to mention euro’s, yen and almost every other currency) to keep the markets

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Praying for the economy

A few of the blogs (Justin Taylor, Matt Hosier) I read have linked to this post by Matt Perman at Desiring God blog on why he prays for the economy, in it he also links to Wayne Grudem’s book on business that I reviewed here.

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The future of capitalism?

It’s hard to imagine a title like this even just a few months ago (well, perhaps you could have imagined it in something written by me) on the BBC. So here are some viewpoints on what the current system says about capitalism. Here Robert Peston