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Nov 2017
13

Be still and wait

In the rush and noise of life, as you have intervals, step home within yourselves and be still. Wait upon God, and feel His good presence; this will carry you evenly through your day’s business. ..
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Aug 2017
7

Fame vs. Greatness

Not everybody can be famous but everybody can be great, because greatness is determined by service. Martin Luther King Jr.
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Jul 2010
16

Absurdity

The fact that an opinion has been widely held is no evidence whatever that it is not utterly absurd; indeed in view of the silliness of the majority of mankind, a widespread belief is more likely ..
Feb 2010
3

Computer Games

Computer games don’t affect kids, I mean if Pac Man affected us as kids, we’d all be running around in darkened rooms, munching pills and listening to repetitive music. Marcus Brigstocke
Feb 2010
2

Nick Griffin and Haiti

I was rather appalled to find some comments by Nick Griffin about Haiti on the BBC website .  They’re from a couple of weeks ago, and apparently he published them on his Twitter site. Mr Griff..
Jan 2010
28

TV Intelligence

Don’t you wish there was a knob on the TV to turn up the intelligence? There’s one marked ‘Brightness,’ but it doesn’t work. Gallagher
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Apr 2009
17

Unscientific Questions

I watched an excellent programme on BBC One last night, called the Narnia Code. One of the points of the documentary was that CS Lewis preferred a medieval understanding of the universe to the mod..
Feb 2009
3

Calvin on Ceremony

Writing on John 4.20, Calvin writes that error lies in ‘the confusing of different ages’: Later generations devote themselves to the examples of the fathers, not thinking that a different law o..
Jan 2009
16

English..

I don’t have an English accent because this is what English sounds like when spoken properly. Jimmy Carr
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Jan 2009
2

‘Africa Needs God’

I nearly fell off my chair when I read this article by Matthew Parris.  This is how he ends his article: To the rural African mind, this is an explanation of why one would not climb the mount..