Category Archives: Links

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I link therefore I am (18/02/2010)

A good post by Tim Challies on discipline Do you know what Ash Wednesday was all about? Skye Jethani will enlighten you This reminds me of why fighting for justice on the political level is important.

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I link therefore I am (17/02/2010)

Anglicans in Australia are converting to Rome according to this article. Will any in the UK follow suit? The FT has a searching and slightly hostile view on the influence of Christians in the Conservative Party and the role of the Centre for Social Justice

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I link therefore I am (16/02/2010)

This explains why when the earthquake struck Haiti poverty was the biggest killer I think my friend Matt Hosier is becoming a grumpy old man, but when he rants (as he does here about Valentines Day) he does it really well. John Starke has some

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I link therefore I am (15/02/2010)

What do you think of this house? Telly-tubby or great green endeavour? This explains some of the practical reasons why living together is not the same as marriage.Interestingly 20% of those living together don’t make it to 5 years and half don’t manage two years!

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I link therefore I am (12/02/2010)

After a few days of famine on the links front, today is a feast Most of us (me included) aren’t fans of new taxes. This one, I’m more positive about Could we soon be saying goodbye to the Methodist Church? I think this post describes

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I link therefore I am (10/02/2010)

I got this idea of link dumping from Tim Challies, only now he’s changing it. Here’s why Matt Hosier sifted critically through the news. A good thing to do If ever there was a precious opportunity to get a glimpse on what it means to

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I link therefore I am (09/02/2010)

I’ve been a bit short on interesting things lately, so only two for today Two links on climate change, one for the pessimist and one for the optimist If the oceans do rise and land disappears. I wouldn’t mind living here

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I link therefore I am (05/02/2010)

I like this project from adbusters that promotes local businesses. Your local Christian bookshop should be one This church leader has decided to leave facebook. Brave man. Andy reflects on why teenagers prefer twitter to blogging What TV characters teach you about money