Monthly Archives: July 2010

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Apple: The New Religion?

Skye Jethani writes an excellent piece on how consumer brands compete with religion. Here are some killler blows… “Many Christians believe the greatest threat to the church today is postmodernity. Others zero in on relativism. Some believe the enemy is secular humanism. Others think it’s

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Book Review: Giving

I discovered Bill Clinton’s Giving: How each of us can change the world a few months back for the bargain price of £2.50 down at the heaven that is Hay-on-Wye. I was hopeful. It’s a straightforward enough guide to giving, of money, time, things, skills. It

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I link therefore I am (02.07.2010)

The first three links here are all cribbed from Mark Meynell and his link treasure I don’t think the parish I live in is old enough to have an archery law for the vicar to use If this infographic is right Spotify isn’t good for

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Bibliophilia (01.07.2010)

Reviews Marcus Honeysett has read Edgar Andrews’ Who Made God? Jeremy has read Turned out nice: How the British Isles will change as the world heats up by Marek Kohn Tim Challies has a review of Mark Driscoll’s Doctrine: What Christians should believe Mark Heath

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I link therefore I am (01.07.2010)

Justin Taylor links to a discussion about how much should Christians care about the environment Jeremy wonders what if we scrapped aid and just gave the poor the money instead PJ & Ashleigh Smyth offer 6 tips on raising obedient children I know this blog