Tag: Christian Perspective

Chosen Identity?

Fresh on the back of Iain Dale’s marvellous example of how to present no evidence whatsoever of a scientific claim, here are two pieces I read yesterday on sexual identity. First, from a Christian perspective. My gay confidence turned to

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Edification – Christian Study of GLB Issues

Via the Sexual Identity Institute comes news of the latest issue of Edification (the Journal of the Society for Christian Psychology, and no, I hadn’t heard of it either before reading the ISSI post) which explores how Christians operate in

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What We Do Here

I thought it might be useful to just outline again what we do here for new readers who have joined us over the past few days. This is my blog so I get to set the agenda. Sometimes we talk

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Tai Chi Banned

Just down the road from where I grew up (and where my parents still live) a mighty storm is brewing! A Tai Chi class in Totley has been evicted from its current location of All Saints church hall. The church

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The Mormon Mirage

Q. How many Mormons does it take to fix a lightbulb? A. Mormon lightbulbs aren’t fixed, they’re restored. Don’t get it? By the time you’ve finished reading Latayne Scott’s reissued “The Mormon Mirage” you might. Zondervan have just put out

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