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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

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I link therefore I am (30/12/09)

These links relate to my favoured themes of Gospel vs Consumerism (plus a few ringers) A great post from earlier in the year by Anne Jackson on fasting from facebook  Here’s some plastic surgery – dissecting the packaging that goes into a Barbie!  The Church

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I link therefore I am (29/12/09)

Merry Christmas everyone – as you might expect lots of end of year/decade round ups around and other seasonal stuff. Here’s my pick of the crop: Trevin Wax has a good post on the state of the blogosphere (HT: Justin Taylor) Another good post from

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I link therefore I am (23/12/09)

This song deserves to go viral (IMHO). Brilliant. Going for another video, Francis Chan made me laugh (HT: Challies) This has punch, “Families eat together, play together, cry together, laugh together, raise child together provide for one another. Families argue and fight, but they do

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I link therefore I am (22/12/09)

Tim Chester has a thoughtful post on the Gospel story as the story of community  Adrian Warnock has a helpful post on the evolutionary spectrum  Matt Hosier fights his Bah Humbug! tendencies at Christmas  Could power stations really look this good?  Some of the best

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I link therefore I am (19/12/09)

Shaun Groves writes about Christmas, “In the 1920s, for instance, when Saint Nick became the patron saint of American consumerism, most Christians in this country opposed the holiday because of its inextricable connection to materialism and self-indulgence.” Not so any more. (HT: Skye Jethani) Mark

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I link therefore I am (18/12/09)

A couple of follow ups today from this set of links. As Britain declines in affiliation to Christianity George Pitcher thinks, “But I think people are becoming increasingly fed-up with the me-me-me consumerist lifestyle. A spiritual hunger will bring them back together in groups again,