Monthly Archives: November 2010

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Be here now

Tim Challies has a great post on technology and mobile phones in particular based off the new Windows 7 for phones ad. Read the whole thing   “Microsoft is acknowledging in their advertising that we depend upon our phones and that these phones call us

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I link therefore I am (03.11.10)

Jubilee Centre have listed their top 7 blogs that apply a Christian worldview to the social issues of our day. I’ve added a few of them to my blog reader and I’ll see how we go. I’m no expert on twitter mostly because I have

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The dangers of a consumer church

Ed Stetzer has written a good article for Q ‘How Christian Consumers Ruin Pastors and Cheat the Mission of God’. Here are some highlights: Opening with the bruising, “Millions of Americans live in the shadow of churches that have become consumer Christian centres, but pastors

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I link therefore I am (02.11.10)

Encouraging to see cautionary words on prosperity teaching (not a gospel) come from African theologians Mark Meynell’s treasure maps are always worth reading and these pictures are indeed stunning I wouldn’t mind living in homes like these. Ten British eco-homes It seems that All Saints

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I link therefore I am (01.11.10)

Here’s legalism gone nuts and a good reason why you should think before you speak People continue to reflect on Lausanne. Andy Crouch on the absence of megachurch pastors and Matt Cresswell on the likely legacy