Trueman on Fools and Monkeys in the Blogosphere

He's nothing if not forthright. But Carl Trueman is a scarily close to the bone in this (largely justifiable) rant about the absurdities, conceits and self-promotions prevalent in the Christian blogosphere - not unrelated to the subject of a couple…

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Antal Szerb’s OLIVER VII – a whimsical joy

I knew nothing previously about Antal Szerb (a Hungarian who was a brilliant literature professor, but who tragically ended up beaten to death in a Nazi concentration camp in 1945) nor the book and only picked it up on the…

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Tenerife Views and Panoramas

Well, as the snow tumbles throughout the UK, I feel slightly guilty about sharing these - but not that much. We'vejust got back (after a rather hair-raising journey) from a week on the north coast of Tenerife. (We've got into…

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The perils OF and FOR online pastors and ministries

I've been doing a lot of thinking about the web recently, since reading Shane Hipps' book and being involved in the EA Digimission day. Am currently in the middle of Clay Shirky's simply excellent HERE COMES EVERYBODY (thanks to the tipoff…

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