Category Archives: Links

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I link therefore I am (15/12/09)

Now that I’m catching up on reading, blogs and interesting stuff here are the pick of the crop: This is the thought provoking, “Katherine told me that she thought that humans were congenitally dissatisfied. That human beings just couldn’t ever be satisfied and want more

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Consumerism round-up

Yesterday I gave you a climate change set of links. This one is themed too. No surprise it’s consumerism! Would you take more care with your unwanted electronics if you knew they were poisoning African children  There is a place called Garbage City and it’s

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I link therefore I am (04/12/09)

Jeremy highlights the ethical shortcomings of fashion retailer Primark My interest is always caught by sermons such as this one by David Platt: The Gospel Demands Radical Generosity  Todd Hiestand has a great post on teaching your kids about giving to others While those out

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I link therefore I am (03/12/09)

If you want to draw the crowds into church you could always turn it into an ice rink. No, seriously  I’m already looking forward to the World Cup in South Africa next year. The final will be played here Apparently you can now engage in

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I link therefore I am (02/12/09)

Bankers (poor dears) are living in fear having screwed the rest of us and are buying guns  Today is World Aids Day and Mark Meynell links to an interesting infographic Here are 20 unfortunate lessons a girl can lean from Twilight (HT: Randy Alcorn) I’ll pick

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I link therefore I am (01/12/09)

A bumper feast for you to kick off advent! If you want to see how ancient Hebrews conceived of the universe, take a look at this (HT: Mark Meynell) Should Christians give up the 25th December as a day for giving presents? Here’s why it’s worth

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I link therefore I am (30/11/09)

Some good things today, worth checking a few of them out… As the Lib Dems unveil their tax plans, the BBC Economics Editor, Stephanie Flanders reflects how their proposals show “our skewed idea of what constitutes “rich” in this country that a tax affecting, at

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I link therefore I am (27/11/09)

Dealing with debt for many in Britain is a crucial issue and it’s great to see that Christians are at the heart of it. Nigel Ring has a great report on the recent CMA conference  Can we live in a world without oil? Rob Hopkins