An election to lose?

It seems that the Governor of the Bank of England has sized up the situation and found everything wanting. Which leaves me wondering why anyone would want to win this election. The situation in the next few years is going…

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The Undefended Life

I'm fascinated by new attempts at publishing and distributing media. And when it is done to spread good stuff, all the better. So it's good to plug the blog of an old friend of mine, Simon Walker, with his Undefended…

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The First Easter Dawn

Am a very excited geek today as I've just discovered how to embed a Scribd document in Wordpress. You can even click on the page numbers in the table of contents to get to relevant bits. Groovy. So here it…

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Resurrection 1: Bearing witness in Matthew

Started a fun little series - for 3 consecutive Sunday mornings, I'm taking each of the 3 primary Resurrection narratives as a whole. They each their own character and specific focus, despite the obvious overlap - and that is what…

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3 Men of Genius in the same place, at the same time: thoughts on “a fateful collusion”

Leonardo, Machiavelli, Borgia: these 3 men were, each in their own way, extraordinary. Genius is not too strong a word (though some might balk at the idea of Cesare Borgia being included - especially after what we learn in this…

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