Monthly Archives: December 2005

Interesting Idea (For Another Family…)

Take a picture of each member of your family every year and see the changes over time as lines develop, hair recedes, extra chins emerge, etc. Here is one attempt. [HT: BHT]

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Leithart on the Remnant

This post is worth reading. It provides an important corrective to some popular uses of the ‘remnant’ concept. Ecclesiologically, this means that the renewal movements within the mainline churches should not see themselves as a “true church” within a “false … Continue reading

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100,000th Visitor

I have just received my 100,000th visit since I began keeping record on my 40Bicycles blog, a little over a year ago. The visitor came from St. Louis, Missouri, through a link from Barb’s blog.

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N.T. Wright is a Heretic

This comes from C. Matthew McMahon of A Puritan’s Mind:— I don’t want to be misunderstood – so I’ll try to be as clear as possible. Wright is a heretic. A heresiarch. He will forever burn under God’s righteous wrath … Continue reading

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David Field’s New Site

Watch this space.

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The Christmas Holidays so far

When I arrived back for the holidays I wrote a long post with all of my news. It vanished into the ether of cyberspace when I tried to post it. I could not muster the will power to rewrite it … Continue reading

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One of the greatest journalists of the last generation, the late Bernard Levin, described how, when he was a small boy, a great celebrity came to visit his school. The headmaster, thinking perhaps to impress, called the young Levin to … Continue reading

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