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
Not too many for the final round up of reviews of the year Mark Heath has read Slave of Christ by Murray Harris Gary McMurray has done some seasonal reading with Can Reindeers Fly? The Science of Christmas by Roger Highfield and The Asssociate by
On Christmas Day, with some kind friends from around the churches in town, we hosted a Christmas dinner for people who would for a variety of reasons be on their own. In the end there were about 100 of us from aged 1 to 96!
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
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
Merry Christmas – may the truth of God become flesh remind us of His great grace to us. Have hope, there is light in the world!
Adrian Warnock posts his first review for ages and it’s Deep Church by Jim Belcher Mark Meynell has an extended reflection on Flickering Pixels by Shane Hipps Tim Chester reviews TransforMissional Coaching by Ogne & Roehl Gary McMurray has read Joy to the World –
At a recent event the PM said, “At the centre of our society, perhaps more so than any other country I know in Western Europe, is the belief that churches and faith have a role. At the centre of our society is the belief that