moodling in the dictionary – spice up your chat

Came across this book recently - Foyle's Philavery (collected by Christopher Foyle, of the English bookselling family with HQ in Charing X Rd). There are rather a lot of books like this these days - from miscellanies to companions via…

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who would Jesus vote for? MAKE UP YOUR OWN MIND!

It's soundbite politics, for sure - and it is impossible ever to do justice to any of the issues touched on in the video briefly, let alone with just a one-sentence response or scriptural quotation. But in so far as…

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Frosty wintry sunshine

This morning was one of my favourite kind of days - frosty, clear skies and brilliant sunshine. I'm feeling a bit jetlagged but have to write a talk today for Sunday - so Rachel wisely suggested i go for a…

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Integrity & Busyness in leadership

Here at All Souls, every 3 or 4 months or so, we plug a couple of books which we think are particularly helpful and relevant. This time around, because both authors are friends, we managed to get both of them…

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Peru 2007 – conference reports

In case some people were concerned after the previous post that I had been distracted from my purpose, please understand that it was a JOKE, OK? That wasn't actually Hugo Chavez with me - just a Peruvian pastor who bears…

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Peru 2007 – Chavez summit-level discussions resumed

After initiating diplomatic relations at the same conference last year, it gives me great pleasure to announce the resumption of talks at this year's Lima round with Presidente de Venezuela, Hugo Chavez (aka Pastor Jorge Soto). This comes at a…

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To be free or belong (in Iraq): that is the question

This was posted back in September but I've only just come across an interesting observation from the distinguished military historian Sir Michael Howard (who is of course not to be confused with the former Tory Leader). He's assessing what went…

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