Category Archives: TBTM
Just to say that things are very busy at the moment – Lenten stuff, annual meetings, all the usual
– but joy of joys, my daughter is being baptised tomorrow morning, and I am just going to be playing the part of Dad – and that means that I don’t have to write a sermon this afternoon – I can put up a blog post instead! At least, until the wedding couple arrive…
(beach photo taken on the 20th January, and only just uploaded from the camera. Busy busy busy!)
Happiness is a moment of grace
The life of a modern seaman
Why 3D doesn’t work and never will
The churches are pathetic, weak and cowardly
I’ve been rather unwell 🙁 but I’m on the mend. I’ve got a very big weekend coming up, after that I want to resume some conversations, especially about the ordinariate and the future of the CofE.
I have updated my Articles blog with the last few Courier pieces, which may be of some interest (there’s one – the third one down – on Wikileaks).
Did the US invade Iraq to contain China?
A good article about the variety of language and metaphors used in the NT to describe salvation.
Feeding nine billion (bit optimistic IMHO)
Obama team sold merchandise at Arizona service (allegedly); Dershowitz defends Palin’s use of term ‘blood-libel’. A good remedy (h/t Byron)
Have just discovered Jay Rosen – here is an interesting article about journalism and blogging
A stranger in my own land (a vicar’s wife in Birmingham, somewhat reminiscent of Stepney) and a hopeful contrasting story.
Do it for the children (traffic)
Why so many animals evolved to masturbate. You will never look at a squirrel in the same way again.
“Next year’s wars” – ie 2011
How government failure caused the great recession
The Morris Minor: a British miracle
RSS is dying, and you should be worried. (If it was dying, I would be, I rely on it!)
A public voice for private virtue.
Narcissistic Personality Disorder (h/t Lesley)
20 Predictions for the next 25 years.
My prediction – almost all of them are wrong.
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