It feels like it’s been an age. I recently had a week in Melbourne visiting family, which was nice. But rather than diarise my life I thought I’d share something that may be of benefit to some one or other reader. While I was down there I went along to City on a Hill church,
Yesterday evening I went along to a lecture at the ANU Humanities Research Centre, as part of their series on Books That Changed Humanity. This lecture was given by Rev Dr John Harris on The King James Bible. It was truly fascinating. Not only did he talk about how the spread of this bible, in
Here are some little pieces of encouragement from Paul Tripp’s New Morning Mercies. Lord knows my life has contained some confusing things, and I could torment myself for eternity with “what-ifs” and “if-onlys”, and I have tried till I wore out to explain other things, to no avail, so these were good reminders. January 4
Sometimes I write a post that seems a little personal or a little moody, then I think, that is rather embarrassing, I will just shuffle it down the page as quickly as possible with another post. So, here is that shuffling post. We are working through the book of Romans at church at the moment.
If you have read even just one of the criticisms of the Fifty Shades of Grey movie, and want something more to read than my Valentine’s drivel, then Wendy Alsup has written a great post, Fifty Shades of Genesis 3:16. She has been arguing for years that we get the interpretation of Genesis 3:16 wrong