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Purpose

It was on my television about an hour ago and shouting 'look at me, I will intrigue you; I will have you guessing my purpose; I was highly valued for what I did but I'm not revealing it, not yet'. I could feel the reverence being showered on…
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Not just any old good news

Not just any old good news - why early Christians couldn't stop talking about Christ
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How to use an iPad, no really!

Well I thought I'd write a deep and serious blog on this until I came across this clip. While it's all in German you'll quickly pick up the idea when I tell you that the daughter has given her father an iPad (maybe for for Christmas) and is…
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Mere Theology

Mere Theology ... a must read for any thinking Christian
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When is an apology not an apology?

When is an apology not an apology? It's now, or so it seems. Last time I wrote about this I heralded Andrew Mitchell (Conservative Chief Whip) as a man showing the noble art of repentance. You may, albeit dimly, recall how he cycled up…
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When is an apology not an apology?

By the time you read this blog the press will probably have found some meatier story to gnaw away at but while Andrew Mitchell is still in the public eye his case deserves a hearing. He had had a frustrating day and things hadn't gone well.…
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The Wormwood e-mail

Devils on Facebook?

What's the gadget you're preaching from?

It's a question I've been asked dozens of times recently when I've been speaking at meetings or preaching in church. The gadget people are asking about is an Amazon Kindle which I now use as my preferred way of reading notes when I'm speaking. It…
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Introduction: the search for the real Jesus

Who is Jesus? This is the fundamental question which all four of the gospels help us to answer. They each record his life, ministry, death and resurrection but John's gospel is very different from the other three. It has a more intimate feel…