Monthly Archives: May 2010

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All things bookish (27.05.2010)

Reviews Jeremy has read Bad Samaritans by Ha-Joon Chang and Seasick by Alanna Mitchell Tim Challies reviews The good news we almost forgot by Kevin DeYoung and sings the praises of the new Bonhoeffer biography by Eric Metaxas Two reviews of Tales of the Unexpected

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I link therefore I am (26.05.2010)

Bit more random today, but some good things here (well I think so) I never knew watching pop idol was a sin but apparently it is. So is going to a community church. If you don’t believe me just listen to this guy. This puts

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I link therefore I am (25.05.2010)

Today’s set of links have a definite theme to them, as I caught up on some reading – there were plenty of posts connected to how Christians think, live and act in connection to wealth, poverty and mission. Here they are: Here’s an interesting debate

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I link therefore I am (21.05.2010)

According to science, apparently, we shouldn’t exist The UK will soon see it’s first advert for abortion services, if this idea gets you upset (and it should) then you could write a letter like this Andy asks whether you would ever rejoice over taxation? Another

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All things bookish (20.05.2010)

Reviews Tim Chester reviews Organic Leadership by Neil Cole Gary McMurray has enjoyed Dark Fire by CJ Sansom (great historical novels!) and Changing the World (through effective youth ministry) by Ken Moser Jeremy has reviewed Beyond Terror by Chris Abbott and others

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I link therefore I am (19.05.2010)

I was recently at Newfrontiers prayer & fasting which we do three times a year, in this interview Matt Chandler shares his thoughts on his experience Dave Bish reminds us that Jesus is better While Andy reminds us that the Bible is great Pete Sanlon

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Book Review: My Father, Maker of the Trees

Reading this book was a frustrating experience. Any story about surviving the Rwandan genocide and learning how to forgive should be both deeply shocking, moving, challenging. In some ways this book is, but it also falls short in so many ways. First the positives. It

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I link therefore I am (17.05.2010)

Last week I was at Newfrontiers leaders prayer and fasting, which we do three times a year. On the Tuesday evening Matt Chandler from Texas was our guest speaker. (Video lasts about an hour) HT: Adrian Warnock Did radical living stop with the early church?