Monthly Archives: July 2011

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Sent: By a local church

In the church I grew up in and I guess in many churches still, the missionary was someone whose picture was stuck on a world map with a thread to the country in question. Now this isn’t totally useless, I lived and worked for a

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Blog spring clean

I know content is more important than appearance but sometimes things get a little dusty. I mostly look at the admin interface and not the actual blog itself so I thought before I begin to write some fresh material I’d give it a little once

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Finally here

It’s been a while since I last posted here, although I’m not promising a return to previous blogging levels, it felt like time to break the silence. The main news is that we’re now living in Sweden. More specifically in a village called Rockneby for

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Bibliophilia (14.07.2011)

Book Reviews Mary Brown reviews Tim Keller’s A Generous Justice and says, ‘Keller’s book is deeply convicting; he cuts to the heart of the excuses Christians make for themselves and calls the church to radically rethink its attitude to all forms of social justice.’ Gary McMurray

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I link therefore I am (12.07.2011)

Today we’re in Brighton and about to enjoy the last ever TOAM. It should be epic and I’m sure you’ll be able to read more on Adrian Warnock’s blog. Steve Holmes writes an excellent piece on living (as we do) and communicating the gospel in

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Trueman is on my bandwagon

It’s not often I’m going to be able to say that but I think I can now and with some justification. You see Carl Trueman has jumped, Jonny come lately like, on to a bandwagon I jumped on more than two years ago. Of course

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I link therefore I am (11.07.2011)

Today we’re leaving Shrewsbury for TOAM which we’re looking forward to and for the next week or so, internet access and computer access is likely to be intermittent at best (no bad thing) but I’ve scheduled a few archived posts, to mix in with a few

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Bibliophilia (07.07.2011)

The removal van arrives tomorrow. Ready? I think, not quite. Book Reviews From the offices of The Economist a discussion on the best business books of all time Writing reviews John Starke offers his (good) thoughts on how to write a good book review. It’s