Monthly Archives: May 2011

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I link therefore I am (31.05.2011)

Last week I linked to Steve Holmes comments on congregational forms of church governance. Matt Hosier and Charles Crosland responded. Tim Simmonds makes a case for why church planters should use Twitter and Facebook This tells you it’s easy to steal a lorry in Sweden.

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I link therefore I am (30.05.2011)

Good little post from Trevor Saxby on community John Piper interviews Rick Warren. ‘Nuff said. Some more humour from the Yes Minister/Prime Minister archive. This time gems from Bernard Wooley

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I link therefore I am (27.05.2011)

What motivates billionaires? It’s so much money that you have global influence, Stephen Sackur talks to many of them to find out. Roger Carswell pulls no punches in asking who is evangelising in the hard places? (HT Tim Chester) Tim Challies takes time to explain

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Bibliophilia (26.05.2011)

Reviews Jeremy has reviewed An Optimist’s tour of the Future by Mark Stevenson, ‘This is a fun book, full of fascinating people and radical ideas. Stevenson is a science communicator with a sideline in stand-up comedy, and it’s a winsome combination. It’s a really enjoyable

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I link therefore I am (25.05.2011)

I’ve never really given the congregational form of church governance much thought until Steve Holmes made a firm rebuttal to Mark Driscoll and then examined some areas for reform NT Wright also has a swing at Stephen Hawking’s ‘heaven’ comments and knocks it out the

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Book Review: Faithworks 2: Stories of Hope

In just over a month I’ll be moving and the mass of books on my shelves poses a challenge. Many I’ll need, some I’ve read and want to keep and others I haven’t read and want to keep and then there are those books that