Category Archives: Links

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I link therefore I am (18/01/10)

I came across this article from a couple of years ago on resisting the consumer urge This is a good rant about a church’s decision to bless laptops and mobiles Last week I made this list and you can find some good follow on thoughts

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I link therefore I am (15/01/10)

This is very, very clever. You should watch it Why cars make it worse in the snow, at least in the UK Will Willimon has 4 questions for pastors Matt Hosier reflects on baptism Tim Simmonds feels the heat about preaching My friend Jeremy has

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I link therefore I am (12/01/10)

There are a few clusters of links around today starting with the environment: Jeremy posts a table of depletion rates of most vital resources and Al Mohler adds his voice to those that say Green is the new religion. On Discipleship here are two great

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I link therefore I am (11/01/10)

Here’s a bumper edition for Monday: This is what Battersea power station could become (at last) Mark Heath has some good comments on perseverance in 1 Thessalonians  We all suffer from Tech Lust according to Mint.com

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I link therefore I am (08/01/10)

The web is amazing – for information hungry people like me, what you can learn in a day on the web is staggering. So here’s what I found interesting today Some people advocate the use of social networks while others will help you commit social

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I link therefore I am (06/01/10)

Varied diet today, so take your pick. If politics is your thing then Matt Hosier is unsure about the leaders debates in the UK and Jubilee Centre encourage you to think things through, starting with what the parties say about health For the climate change

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I link therefore I am (05/01/10)

Did you make any New Year’s resolutions? If you’re looking for some environmentally friendly ones, try these for size  Is Avatar an environmental movie? Jeremy finds out I don’t the Bishop’s expenses scandal will follow but I’m not entirely sure the Lords spiritual are exemplars

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I link therefore I am (31/12/09)

My last set of links of the decade. Not sure they’re any more significant than usual but I still found them interesting enough to click on Mint has a map of the world’s most expensive cities  Here’s a good outline of biblical history courtesy of