I get sent a lot of information (a hang over from my editing days), and I thought I might start posting a bit more of it. For those of you who feel the need to get active in protest about the state of our world
The title of this advert, is ‘Two lives, one phone’. You can have two lives – a work life and a home life. Having this phone joins them up. Not sure how this is any different from any other phone but never mind that now.
Plenty of thought provoking articles again, here’s my pick of the bunch The idea that God might be bored if he was to come to our church is an intriguing and provocative one If you use credit cars then avoiding these five common credit card
One of the benefits of writing and reading blogs is getting all the different angles on a subject – it’s incredibly refreshing, it’s like using a wide-angled lens on life. Here’s a few of those convergences from today’s reading: Jeremy (in Luton) has posted about
Another good reading week… Trevin Wax has read Matt Roger’s Losing God: Clinging to Faith Through Doubt and Depression Matt Hosier has finally got round to reading Tom Wright’s Simply Christian Christine Sine has been reading Gilbert Bilezikian’s Community 101 Apologetics 315 has a review
Nick Spencer has written a fascinating article for Third Way on the faith (or lack of one) of Charles Darwin. Essential reading I would argue. “Ultimately, Darwin is too complex and too subtle a thinker to be either deified or demonised. As the historian John
We need a bit of humour in the creation/evolution debate and this little video provides it in spades.
The 2nd Breathe Conference has a new date of April 25th. It’s looking promising. We’re privileged to have Pete Greig as our keynote speaker and we’re going to consider the Promise of Life as a way of helping us live differently in a consumer age.