Monthly Archives: January 2011

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Simplifying my digital life *progress report*

At the end of 2010 I boldly declared my intention to simplify my digital life and that’s proving to be a bigger challenge than I thought but I’m making a few discoveries. Firstly, I began unsubscribing from countless sites I no longer visit and discovered

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I link therefore I am (28.01.2011)

So this weekend I’m the main speaker for the University of York Christian Union at their annual houseparty. Slightly concerned that expectations may be higher than a preacher of my limited abilities can reach. Good to be dependent on God when you preach. All prayers

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Live longer (move to Sweden)

It should come as no surprise that I’ll be blogging about the country that in a few months time I’ll begin to call ‘home’. Many church planters will actively promote the ‘influence’ of their city like various sorts of religious tourist agencies. I’ll no doubt

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Bibliophilia (27.01.2011)

Reviews Gary McMurray has read Inside the Voyage of the Dawn-Treader by Devin Brown. ‘If you already love Narnia and Aslan, you’ll love them more as a result of this book.’ Gary has also read In the Days of the Kings by Michael Wilcock. ‘As

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Charismatics 'are unbiblical'

This is interesting and I hope some of the brighter lights in Newfrontiers will take up the challenge that John MacArthur lays down here as he articulates a cessationist view of scripture and church history. Now I know that what is called the charismatic movement

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I link therefore I am (26.01.2011)

This is an interesting piece about the afterlife of a film. I probably only go to the cinema 3 times a year. I’d like to go more to be honest I’m not sure what to make of this. Should a leader really be released from