In Job 37 Elihu (the youngest of Job’s ‘friends’ in the conversation about his suffering) tells Job to ‘stop and consider the wondrous works of God’ (v14). From thunder and lightning to snow and rain, animals, whirlwinds and people, God made them all, is behind, above and beyond them all, upholds and sustains them all.
It’s an ominous sign... Microsoft to win approval for Skype deal . Who knew James Cameron had a gift of prophecy?
This was in our church notice sheet last week.. The Pope was cruising along the beach in the Pope-mobile when there was a frantic commotion just off-shore. A helpless man, wearing an England rugby shirt, was struggling frantically to free himself from the jaws of a 25-foot long shark.
I am a Christian. I believe that when we turn back to the Father and repent of our sins, we are truly forgiven through Jesus’ blood shed on the cross, and given new life through his resurrection and in the power of the Holy Spirit.
Surprisingly (or not) the world is not ending today - probably! This guy has the right idea: An atheist and entrepreneur from North Hampshire, Bart Centre, is enjoying a boost in business for Et..
I woke up this morning to the news that Osama bin Laden has been killed and buried at sea by American forces. He was found in Pakistan, which is not a surprise, but near Islamabad rather than in..
With the recent nightmare scenario surrounding Sony’s Playstation Network (PSN), a lot of people are concerned about online security. Sony have admitted that personal information, including dates of birth, mother’s maiden names, addresses and credit card numbers are included in the data stolen by hackers.
I was extremely annoyed this evening to see a Newsnight report in which one lady announced that there are two managers to every nurse in the NHS and how can it possibly take 100 people to run a hospital. From her non-existent experience of working in a hospital, she told the world that you can run a hospital on far fewer people if they are the right staff.
I was just chatting with a good friend, with whom I have had many theological discussions. But it all boils down to the advice he gave me (I’m sure he wouldn’t mind me sharing his words!..
I watched this video with interest, especially given the work I did at Oxford three and a half years ago, entitled ‘The idols of death and the God of life’ . Perhaps I should have emailed it to Rowan ..