In which I rant about Bible licensing.
Non-original humorous post
My reasons why I disapprove of gay marriage, but will treat those who disagree with me with all the respect and kindness I can.
A complete WebView Android app, full screen, with a progress bar and back button that works as normal
A repost of a classic that is no longer available at its original location.
I launched my new Django Bible memorization site, LearnScripture.net
A defence of the Christian position on homosexuality, written for the benefit of atheists who really need to stop saying silly things like “God Hates Shrimp”.
The consistent teaching of the Bible with regards to judgement day is that we will be judged and receive our eternal reward on the basis of what we have done…This does not mean that salvation is by works…
There is a lot of debate over the translation and meaning of 1 Corinthians 7:36-38 — this is the result of my studies on this, mainly for my own future use.
Do Christians meet together to worship God in the NT, or only to encourage each other?
I created a system and web app to help me organise my Bible memorisation. And I rant a bit Django and web.py.
This was a badly written attempt at satirising moral relativism, which I’ve decided to remove.
A simple creationist response to the supposed evidence for common ancestry from fusion in human chromosome 2.
Goodbye blogosphere! I’m off to read a good book :-)
I do not doubt that blogging can and does satisfy several (good) desires and needs that humans have, including the need to communicate and interact with others and the desire to learn new things. My problem is this: does blogging do these things as well as other means?
One of the problems with all internet journalism is how easy it is to get involved…
…As I see it, the sad truth is that the Christian sector of the blogosphere has a fairly mixed witness to the rest of the world…
I’ve become more and more skeptical about the usefulness of blogging and the blogosphere, especially from a Christian perspective. This will be the first in a series of posts that will criticise blogging :-) …
“Make me hear joy and gladness, That the bones You have broken may rejoice …