Monthly Archives: June 2009

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Book Review: Angels & Demons

Every now and then I need to read fiction. I get busy and my regular reading slows up as tiredness kicks in and to restart the reading habit and a page-turner is my usual remedy. As the film of Angels & Demons is currently in

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Revelations: How to find God

Recently Channel 4 showed a fascinating documentary on Alpha. For the next 28 days you can watch it online here. It’s always good to get an insight into how others see you – does Alpha really have a ‘mathematical niceness’ about it? Is it too

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The Power of Advertising

This article by philosopher and author Alain de Botton in the Observer is well worth a read. Here are a few highlights, “I’m routinely astonished by how seriously people in power take the impact of advertising on children and how relatively unbothered they are by

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Because Life is a Gift…

The latest Breathe e-thought has just been published, written this month by Tim Creber “This is Breathe’s monthly e-thought, with a reflection on the Promise of Life (our commitment to break the consumer mould, see below) and the month’s best web links. PART 1 Because

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Adbusting: Radox

Some ads are subtle and others are less so like this one. They even have a website where you can learn good reasons to be selfish which is hardly a quality our nation is short of. Time is apparently ‘woman’s greatest enemy’ and the way

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Posts of the Week (26/06/09) *Updated*

I thought John Bell’s gust blog on Challies about sharing the Gospel in the gay village was excellent Dan Kimball’s Do It, Don’t Blog It is worth a read I always appreciate Bill Mounce and Everybody Needs a Little Love is no exception and gives