Another 'non intellectual' evangelical blogger.

the evangelical outpost is talking about Breaking Out of the Evangelical Ghetto and how liberals seem to think we have no brain cells to rub together. Well, you can add my name to the list of evangelical bloggers. I am a medic, who has got specialist degree (member of the royal college of psychiatrists) and now work in the commercial world. Of course that is no proof of intelligence- I ought to have learnt how to programme a computer really if I wanted to make serious money in the last few … [Read more...]

The pope approves of 'The Passion'

The pope's view of the Passion: "'It is as it was.' " … [Read more...]

Where do you look for happiness?

Since man fell in the garden, he has too often sought for his enjoyments where the serpent finds his. (SPurgeon)It is unfortunate that many people think being a Christian involves running away from joy. Many believe that having fun is somehow ungodly. The reality is that it is not the search for pleasure that is wrong, it is rather whre we look for such happiness that determines right from wrong.Nehemiah 8:10. states The joy of the Lord is your strength.Spurgeon goes on Oh, to know, … [Read more...]

Watch what you say…..

Thanks ChristWeb "Rudolph's Revenge" is the funniest thing I have seen in a while! … [Read more...]

The day that Christmas carols fell foul of the PC brigade

Whatever next?!?! The Telegraph reports that it is no longer ok in one part of the UK to advertise a carol service: "'I am quite dismayed by this. I was told that if it was simply a carol service it might have been OK. But because it was a service with an act of worship it was not. What is the difference? The singing of carols is an act of worship.'" … [Read more...]

The Obvious- or is it?

I want to talk about one of my favorite blogs tonight. Its written by a chap who seems to struggle with the idea that he and I could have anything in common. He speaks a lot in his blog about blogging bringing people together and causing us to re-examine things. But it seems I am not one of those people he wants to be brought close to!The Obvious? is written by a man who is clearly interested in what you might call spirtual questions. Take his tagline quote for example "All day I think … [Read more...]

Which philosopher are you closest to?

According to I agree 100% with Aquinas and 98% with St. Augustine- how do you score?OK, time to be honest, the first time I took the test somehow Kant beat these two to first place- don't ask me how! So I thought about it went back and found I was closer to these two guys. Somehow that was reassuring to me. … [Read more...]

Sadaam in prison and in cahoots after all?

Sadaam having been captured alive, evidence has emerged suggesting the Terrorist behind September 11 strike was trained by Saddam after all. … [Read more...]

Smart Mobs

The future is here already...... Smart Mobs emerge when communication and computing technologies amplify human talents for cooperation. The impacts of smart mob technology already appear to be both beneficial and destructive, used by some of its earliest adopters to support democracy and by others to coordinate terrorist attacks. … [Read more...]

Old habits die hard

Ming the Mechanic: "An old rigid civilization is reluctantly dying. Something new, open, free and exciting is waking up." HE speaks presumably about the web, blogging, the open source movement and the potential we might all start actually working together for the common good- shocking thought!Maybe I am a skeptic, but although I can see pockets of such co-working happening, I fear that we will not get there quite so easily. The nature of man is to be selfish. How can he change that and … [Read more...]

Older and growing…

Older and growing... Explains these four ways of running a project-which he learnt from Eddie Obeng^ ^ ^ Do you know how to do it? What? - No How? - YesPAINTING BY NUMBERS   What? - Yes How? - YesMAKING A MOVIE   What? - No How? - NoFOG   What? - Yes How? - NoQUEST   Do you know what you want to do? >>>>>>> … [Read more...]

Bringing things together……

Thanks to The Obvious? for pointing these out to me.....A Field-Guide To The Associative Nature Of Our Own Minds.:"The brain has no hard edges; neither does information. There are no gray interior walls to prevent ideas from wandering across the boundaries between and among fields. Many paths of curiosity lead to intellectual, artistic and scientific questioning, and onward to understanding......In academia, and public schools, intellectual fields are guarded turfs or territories that … [Read more...]