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Believing the gospel for our friends


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If you have ever had a friend, or know someone who has had a friend, then it is worth reading this. I’ve got a couple of friends who make me feel unsafe, and I just sort of know by instinct (or else I have learnt the hard way) what I’m supposed to say, or not say,

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Some more blinks on temperament


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Four Lies About Introverts. This has been all over facebook, so you have probably seen it. I think a lot of people who read this blog are introverts, so I will link this here. Extraverts should perhaps exit and go and read blogs by extraverts. 🙂 Simone has been linking personality tests on facebook. Fun.

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Saturday musings


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So apparently I also share a personality type with CS Lewis and Dorothy Sayers (though I can’t vouch for how these things are worked out posthumously). I read that article because I saw that it was quoting Dorothy Sayers, but it’s a weird sort of article really, and I don’t actually align with what it

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How we go about Pygmalion projects


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Apparently I share a personality type (INFJ) with Jane Eyre and Konstantin Levin (from Anna Karenina by Tolstoy). It’s only obvious that I would be rather pleased with this, because I identify with those characters precisely because they are similar me. I am reading The Pygmalion Project: Love and Coercion Among the Types, Vol III,

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Me and John Calvin


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So, apparently, John Calvin was a Myers-Briggs INFJ. That makes Calvin and Jesus. I think I need to go and do something different with my life. (During a lunch time perusal I discovered Jo posted a link to a personality test, so I did it yet again, quickly and with reckless abandon, deliberately wondering if

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