Monthly Archives: November 2010

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Calvinist & Arminians

This is an old chestnut isn’t it. Anyway every now and then it crops up as it has done just recently. Firstly, Adrian Warnock wonders whether Spurgeon was an Arminocalvinist? and says, I am more and more convinced that there are many godly Arminians out

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I link therefore I am (30.11.2010)

I’m hoping if the weather is right that I’ll get to do some ‘snowing’ with my son. Should be fun. Skye Jethani describes his boundaries for his recently completed 30 days of twitter trial As a church we’ve completed the merger and in the New

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I link therefore I am (26.11.10)

A real consumerism theme to today’s links and some interesting stuff here. We are no longer citizens but consumers, contains a 29 minute video that is interesting viewing but even if you don’t watch that, read the observations. We all know that in the developed

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Bibliophilia (25.11.10)

Reviews Mark Heath continues his prodigious series of reviews on commentaries with this one on The Letter of James by Douglas Moo and this ZEC commentary on James by Craig Blomberg and Mariam Kamell. Mark then tops it all off by reviewing The Presence and

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I link therefore I am (24.11.10)

I know it’s just links at the moment, but there’s a lot going on. Will blog on it all soon…in the meantime Rowan Williams and Terry Eagleton do a decent job of debunking the new atheists although Andrew Brown is confused by Rowan In a

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I link therefore I am (22.11.10)

This is weird. The invitation to vote on whether to abort or not?!! So many things wrong here. In reaction to the Barna report on the new Calvinism, James Smith bursts the bubble on the bubble bursting Barna (intrigued yet?) Personally I’m in favour of

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I link therefore I am (19.11.10)

The Resurgence presents…Awesome women of the Reformation Airport security is generally a pain, but in America it sounds horrible. Is it really like this? I admire this attempt to book a place for the next royal wedding. Good luck I say.

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I link therefore I am (17.11.10)

Next year there will be a new version of the NIV Bible. So what’s changed? The answer: not much and that bothers some people There continues to be a lot of reflection about the new reformed movement. Skye Jethani weighs in with his thoughts on