save my sanity

ACK!!!! I’ve been reading all day for my essay “What were the cicumstances in early Christianity that led to a definition of the full divinity of the Holy Spirit? What were the implications of this definition for Christian apologetics?” My brain hurts. I’ve soaked up so much. To be fair, I’ve learnt a shed-load. Most […]

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the quality of debate is slipping…

so, my first introduction to rampant ad homineming combined with a total lack of engagement with any argument put forward. norwegian_wood complains that she’s not allowed to join even though she freely admits that she’s only there to tell them (in not so polite terms) how she disagrees with them. So I (perhaps foolishly) decide […]

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excellent personality test

so, this is from Perex and is, I think, suprisingly accurate. You are realistic, outspoken, direct, objective, practical, optimistic, adaptable. You are a fun person to know. You don’t mince words. People always know exactly where you stand and the way you present what you think often makes people laugh. You state the direct facts […]

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Brave New World

So the relevant British authorities have given permission for what is known as “Cloning human embryos for therapeutic purposes” Let’s be under no doubts about what’s going on here. They’re making living humans, albeit very very young ones, with no other purpose than using the resulting cells for research. And all this when adult stem […]

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A wonderful submission to the Eames/Lambeth Commission

False teaching is like cancer. It begins in small ways easy to overlook. A bishop begins to teach heretical things and it’s easy to say, “Well, nobody is really paying attention and he’ll retire soon.” Or, “they are tolerating unbiblical behavior in that diocese – or that province – but it doesn’t affect us.” Standing […]

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on concentrating on individual issues.

One of the regular complaints against those of us of an evangelical persuasion is that, apparently, we concentrate on the sexuality issues when we should be getting on with telling people the gospel. Rather than insist, once again, that we’d be happy to talk about the gospel only certain others want to make homosexuality a […]

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