The Jewish state of Khazaria

Some will call me sad - but i have two monthly highlights which come in the form of 2 magazines that I subscribe to: EMPIRE magazine (not about the British Empire, but the mag all about movies), and BBC HISTORY…

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Political successors follow up

This story will run and run and who knows how fair or not it is. But an interesting follow up to my post from 22nd April is John Naughton's comments about an article in the Observer. This was the report…

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Reasons for reading Keller’s Reason

I finished this book a few weeks ago and really enjoyed it. And so I feel the urge to share my thoughts on it - because I really think it deserves wide readership. Here are a load of reasons for…

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The depths of art: would it surprise you?

Art is far too under-rated by contemporary bible-believing Christians. This is VERY sad indeed - because art at its best helps to challenge and shape the ways in which we see the world - which is a very Christian thing…

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the predicament of the strong arm’s successor

I've been musing about our beloved Prime Minister's current woes. I mean, Gordon Brown has only been in office since June 2007, and despite a popularity surge in the first few days, his ratings have plunged. The Week magazine last…

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50,000 visitors

Quaerentia has reached 50,000 visitors! A cause for celebration. Thank you all! Thanks for visits, comments and contacts. It makes it all worthwhile.   Please be assured that my own visits to the site don't count in this at all…

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In praise of… Sheffield

We've had a week off - marvellous to get out of the big smoke and get away from the hubbub and demands. But unlike lots of mates who have been doing the sound thing this week, we've not gone to…

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