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The Curiosity Index (29.05.2019)

Abortion: some ruminations Abortion is back in the spotlight and as a result people are thinking and sharing their thinking afresh. That’s a good thing. Here are some thoughts from Fleming Rutledge on the issue. She makes some excellent points. I have been ruminating about abortion for many decades, but I don’t think that I have ever written anything about it until now. Since the election of Supreme Justice Brett Kavanaugh, however, the atmosphere has begun to change dramatically in a way I had not foreseen. The debate about the…

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The Curiosity Index (02.04.2015)

Jon Matthias writes about the missing perspective on leadership If you’re church planting cross culturally here are three compelling reasons why you need to learn the language The Scandinavians remain stubbornly at the top of the happiness charts, not that you’d guess from talking to any of them. This is interesting: being religious is good for society but not good for innovation? But it’s further evidence that while atheists can be good, the religious tend to be better… “Religious persons to be more trusting – of other people, public institutions, and…

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The Curiosity Index (04.03.2015)

So in one of these link posts I do I linked to a set of pictures about school lunches around the world. As it turns out not all was as it seemed to be Talking of myths and misconceptions here are some of the world’s most common myths debunked. Put me straight on a few including the Great Wall of China and bananas. One last one on the theme of misconceptions. Here are three misconceptions that many Muslims have about Christianity Amsterdam has apparently run out of space to park their…

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The Curiosity Index (09.02.2015)

I hope you all realise that once again there is war inside the borders of Europe. Here are some ways you can pray for the church in Ukraine Last week this article from the Spectator on Islam as a religion of peace gained the most clicks. Well worth reading if you missed it. Here are five books on writing that will make you a better writer. I have two of them (unread) on my shelves. Which explains a lot. Andrew Wilson offers 20 tips on how to use Twitter I like this…

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