Monthly Archives: June 2009

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What you've been reading (25/06/09)

Plenty of good reviews this week, do keep reading – its good for heart, mind and soul. Mark Heath has read The Language of God by Francis Collins Mark Meynell has reviewed Birds without Wings by Louis de Bernieres Tim Challies has read The Betrayal

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Buying a new car

Buying a car is a stressful experience (here and here for the story of my previous agonising over this) for me but that is exactly what I’ve just done. Here’s the scoop on the ins and outs of it. I first had to ask myself

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Posts of the Week (19/06/09)

Some good stuff as always – here are my highlights Mark Meynell has come across Annie Leonard’s The Story Of Stuff: a powerful consumerism critique. Mint on Hyperinflation: The Story of 9 Failed Currencies is fascinating Bob Hyatt at Out of Ur on The Sometimes

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What you've been reading (18/06/09)

Jeremy has read Car Sick: Solutions for our car addicted culture by Lynn Sloman Challies has read Justification and Regeneration by Charles Leiter Matt Hosier has reviewed Church Unique by Will Mancini

Is everything morally neutral?

I’m still mulling over the question about whether money is morally neutral and wondered whether there are any exceptions to that rule and what things might be exceptions. For example there are plenty of things that we could reasonably argue are morally neutral and all