Monthly Archives: June 2008

More musing on judgment

Back in May I was musing on the nature of identity, sin and judgment and how we lack understanding of the latter because we do not fully perceive the former, wrapped up as it is in many more layers than … Continue reading

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What I’m finding interesting following GAFCON from afar is the level of vitriol from the MSM. I wouldn’t have expected anything in the way of support, but the level of scorn is usually masked better than it is at present. … Continue reading

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FYI, updates have been a little more sparse recently, as we have been looking for something to buy or rent (our landlord wants to sell the house we are renting). These decisions work out as being painfully time intensive! Still, … Continue reading

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More intolerant tolerance

Back in April, I wrote about a Christian ministry in Canada that had its ability to remain distinctively Christian removed. Different country, different month, same story: A British-based Christian charity organization dedicated to aiding those with learning disabilities lost the … Continue reading

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FYI, you can get to this blog by as well as the normal now. I thought I’d go buy that domain as it was available. 🙂

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It is not without reason that the Bible talks extensively about deception. Consider: Do not merely listen to the word, and so deceive yourselves. Do what it says. James 1 v22 If we claim to be without sin, we deceive … Continue reading

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Still here

I am planning to publish something on deception shortly, however this weekend is looking a little full right now – and I’m turning over an extra year tomorrow, so I’m not massively inclined to write then. 😉

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The joy of the Lord

So often we place our caricature of God between us and Him, and it is no less true in respect of His joy. In so many ways, our God is too small. We, perhaps, perceive Him as a little dour, … Continue reading

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