Category Archives: Links

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I link therefore I am (04.05.2010)

Some politics (surprise, surprise) today… Mark Meynell wonders why anyone wants to win this election? And a another good post on not responding to fear While Mark (rightly) has his reservations about the debates, this perspective from America is really interesting Immigration has been a

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I link therefore I am (30.04.2010)

Where has the month gone? Anyway here’s a round-up of the best things I’ve read since getting back from a break. It’s a bit random but there’s some treasure in there…somewhere Has Noah’s Ark been found? Hmm… not so sure (HT: Andy) Could legalizing marijuana

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I link therefore I vote (28.04.2010)

I came back to 521 blog posts to read on Google Reader, having forgotten to change it to holiday settings (again). Unsurprisingly there was quite a lot on politics. Here is the pick of the bunch in one glorious political link-fest The media is beginning

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I link therefore I shop (27.04.2010)

Found quite a few links on my favourite theme of the perils of consumerism. So here they are Excellent piece by Carl Trueman on what you really buy when you get an iPhone Technology of course adds not helps the pressures we feel on our

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I link therefore I am (15.04.2010)

Mark Meynell has another great chart on the resurrection account in Matthew I’ve not heard of this hymn about the church before but I think it’s great If you’ve already signed the Westminster Declaration you might consider signing the Faithworks Declaration (HT: Peter Ould) which

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I link therefore I am (14.04.2010)

Kevin DeYoung thinks about social justice & Matthew 25. Not sure he’s right though. Sometimes Christians are both stupid and dangerous. Warning listening to this man teach a theology of hair might make you angry (HT: MPT) OK time to go political. My friend Andy

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I link therefore I am (13.04.2010)

I’ve linked to him before but Will Willimon on the resurrection is outstanding. Here’s a taster, “Easter keeps reminding us pastors that the church is the result of something that God in Jesus Christ has done, not something we have done. When the world wants

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I link therefore I am (12.04.2010)

A mix today of politics (expect quite a few of these links from me over the next few weeks) and consumerism stuff… I enjoyed what Luke had to say about adverts Adverts are designed to make you feel discontent, so read Tim Keller on contentment