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Thursday 29 September 2005
by Wulf
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Post-charismatic or Peregrinating?

Sven has shared an in-depth and thoughtful post on moving on from a charismatic church setting. I know what he means when he says: I was thinking Where was God in all this? Why do I feel so alienated from … Continue reading

Tuesday 27 September 2005
by Wulf
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Leave Her Alone?

Last week one of the big stories was how Kate Moss succumbed to the lure of cocaine, a move that has cost her several massive modelling contracts. The story is still rumbling on and I noticed that a comment on … Continue reading

Tuesday 27 September 2005
by Wulf
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Blogmeme

Steve has posted a “blogmeme” (a set of questions that’s doing the rounds in the blogosphere and thus influencing lots of people’s thinking across the globe) on his site: If you were stuck on a desert island with an Internet … Continue reading

Monday 26 September 2005
by Wulf
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100 Minutes – Redux

I thought it was out there somewhere! Discussion on the Worship Released forum has turned up an official website for the 100-Minute Bible. The site also has a condensed version of the Sermon on the Mount as an example of … Continue reading

Thursday 22 September 2005
by Wulf
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100 Minutes

The recently released 100-Minute Bible (this is just a BBC report – does anyone have the official website?) has caused a few ripples among some of the blogs I regularly read. On the one hand, there are positive reflections on … Continue reading

Tuesday 20 September 2005
by Wulf
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Faith in Fiction

I noticed an update to Phil’s blog this morning – he’s posted a short story dealing with a moment of conversion. I think he’s done a good job. He has managed to catch something of the interface between the numinous … Continue reading

Tuesday 20 September 2005
by Wulf
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Audioscrobbler… hmmnnn….

I’m a few days into my experiments with new online music experiences. So far, it’s been like the proverbial curate’s egg: good in parts. Last.FM, the streaming radio, gets a thumbs up. Feed it the name of an artist or … Continue reading