Monthly Archives: January 2017

The Curiosity Index (06.01.17)

It’s -17 outside in Stockholm which seems a pretty good reason to be sitting inside reading stuff. Stuff like this. Stephen Wellum on why ‘Christ Alone‘ is the sola to hold the other 4 solas of the reformation together. One sola to bind them all, type deal. Was

Questions about the Trinity

My previous questioner also had a raft of questions specifically about the Trinity. The trinity isn’t the easiest doctrine and understanding or explaining well can be tricky so have a think how you might answer these questions: How is it possible for three separate living things

The Curiosity Index (5th January)

A few quick links that caught my eye in the last 24 hours Ian Paul asks and answers the question ‘is the story of the epiphany credible?’ Pew Research shows us what we already know – the world is addicted to Facebook. Social media facts

Questions about Christianity

I can’t remember who gave me these questions but at some point I must have said to someone, ‘ask anything you like about Christianity, it can stand up for itself. It either has good answers or it doesn’t’ and then I got this list in

The return of the curiosity index (4th January)

New year, new attempt to get regular with this blog. I don’t make New Year’s resolutions except that I apparently do when it comes to this blog. I’ve decided, like the hopeless optimist I am to return to my links page. I’ve meddled around with