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*Those* Questions

Having seen this list yet again on another website, I thought it might be fun to actually answer them. Here we go. Brace yourselves. 1. When I burn a bull on the altar as a sacrifice, I know it creates

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Adrian Warnock on why he’s voting Conservative

It should already be obvious to my US readers from this post that UK Christians are far from united in their political views.  Not for us a reflex vote in favor of the most Conservative, right-wing party. There is a

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Seeing Christ in the Old Testament

This morning’s readings gave us another example from Genesis of how Christ and the truth of what he achieved on the cross is already being laid out for us in Torah. Our small staff group reading and praying  together have

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Cadbury’s goes Fairtrade

As I write, Cadbury’s is announcing that it’s going Fairtrade. I wrote about this subject two years ago: We have a perverse understanding of freedom in the West you know. We talk about being free, but in reality our freedom

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Some Interesting Statistics

This is a map of the areas which voted Obama in the US South, followed by one showing where cotton picking happened 150 years ago: Wow. As Strange Maps points out, the correlation is clear: The link between these two

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