Monthly Archives: February 2011

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I link therefore I am (28.02.2011)

If you wonder what the next Christian blogosphere controversy will be. I can announce this will be it and this is an early an wise response. This is important if you’re a man and have lived in the west for the last 20 years. Chances

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I link therefore I am (26.02.2011)

I’m on a link roll at the moment. Lots of good stuff and not enough spare mental energy to come up with my own good stuff. What scientists don’t know – how life began How your soul is affected every time you go to a

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I link therefore I am (25.02.2011)

OK, I’m getting near the end of February and just a few moments ago it was the end of January. This post should be titled ‘Get married and have better sex’ instead it’s called ‘Is divorce becoming less socially acceptable?’ Either way it’s quite interesting.

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Gift list guilt?

Weddings are tricky things to handle if you’re trying to live with simplicity and generosity in mind. So Luke’s recent post contains some good reflections. “Regardless of your perspective on big fat gypsy weddings, to get married is to invite rampant capitalism into your life.

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Bibliophilia (24.02.2011)

Reviews Mark Meynell does some of the best reviews around. Here’s his on Carl Trueman’s Republocrat The Urban Pastor reviews Graham Beynon’s Planting for the Gospel: ‘quite simply, the best book on church planting that I’ve ever read’ Gary McMurray has read The Archer and

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I link therefore I am (23.02.2011)

Straight to the links today. Lacking pithy inspiration! How religious is the UK and will the census help us get an answer? Probably not. Stephen Tomkins has an interesting take on biblical literalism, not that I agree entirely I’ve heard the statistic that Christians divorce

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Should you increase your giving?

I recently included a couple of links that dealt with the issue of money and giving with some challenging but wise words on the subject. CS Lewis says, “I do not believe one can settle how much we ought to give. I am afraid the