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Security and identity

Where do you get your sense of personal security? What defines who you are? What gives you a secure sense of identity? For most of us, it will involve a range of factors—our occupation (often important for men), relationships (often important for women), our achievements, perhaps our appearance. For much of the time, we can […]

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How to give away your faith

Honey or vinegar?

I am a member of the Church of England Evangelical Council, and yesterday we had a meeting at Lambeth Palace. We were there to hear from the Archbishop of Canterbury, and to ask him questions, in the end both about what he had said and about wider concerns for evangelicals in the Church. Rowan’s address, […]

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The World on a Plate

What is it that is before you each time you sit down to eat? For what are you giving thanks? Every Saturday morning I take Ben to his guitar lesson at Crossways Music in Beeston (above the Christian bookshop). In the half hour the lesson lasts, I head to the Flying Goose a few doors […]

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Who should Christians vote for?

It is great to see Christians making a serious attempt to raise issues in the run-up to the election, and despite the apparent marginalisation of faith communities in general and Christians in particular, this election appears to have given a higher profile than ever to the ‘faith vote’. But how should Christians vote? One answer […]

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Apple stories on Telegraph

I have just noticed that The online Daily Telegraph has a really good section of technology stories about Apple products here. It includes the latest evaluations of the iPad, and a fascinating story that Apple has filed a patent for 3-D glasses for watching films in 3-D, to which you can go directly here.

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