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Links for August 25, 2006

I just absolutly love this title “How then Shall We Kill,” it is loaded with meaning that I love. dCOMPOSE has three posts on the death penalty with this title. Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 ———————– Hunger for Justice has a small, but important post, on politics and the religious right in regards to …

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Links for August 23, 2006

My good friend and roomate Nathan Shurr has started up his own set of daily links on his blog. Something I’ll be definitely keeping an eye on because he usually points me to some great and unique links on the net. ———————– There is a documetry coming out on HBO of Hurricane Katrina by Spike …

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Links for August 18, 2006

As part of The Daily Scribe, a majority of us are doing the Scribe Jamboree, where we take some of our favourite posts over the week off the Daily Scribe and link to them every Friday. I’m just going to mix them in with my occasional links. A great quote from Eugene Peterson, posted by …

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Links for August 14, 2006

Now this is interesting. The Iran president has started his own blog (click on the English button on the bottom menu to see it in English) [this is the link that was on some of the news sites, but I can’t seem to see any blog, but a lot of people must be getting the …

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Links for August 02, 2006

EmergentNo from my understanding is a website dedicated to its title. They don’t like emerging type too much and like to whine about it a lot. They have some things to say about the Hive. The Hive is the FRWY community magazine that I designed this summer and also has one of my articles in …

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Links for July 10, 2006

Andrew linked to a special that CBC did on Benny Hinn. I watched this about a year ago and thought it was really well done. I didn’t know it was on the internet, so here it is. ———————– Joe posts about his return home to the beautiful city of Sarnia. ———————– Andrew Fulford, a friend …

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Links for July 07, 2006

I am part of a new blog project called Religious Imagery in Culture. It is pretty self explanatory and there should be some good stuff on there. I never posted much on the other photoblog I was apart of but it usually gets updates often and is though provoking. ———————– Brian McLaren responds to his …

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Links for June 29, 2006

Phil Nellis has an interesting post here about how ideas have left being in the context of relationship. This is really interesting, you need to read it. It’s only a short post. ———————– All dogs go to heaven. But not homosexuals. Or divorced people. Or people who masturbate. Read more here… ———————– I have just …

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Links for June 20, 2006

I have fully switched now from Outlook Calendar to Google calendar and I am extremly happy with it especially with the import feature. I can check it from anywhere, and share it with anyone and now I can even publish it to my webpage and invite people through the website to join events and they …

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Links for June 09, 2006

This is a sweet video that really emphasizes the beauty of creation and how intricate it is. Great clip to show at some sort of event I’d think. It’s kind of long, but I think the length really makes it. ———————– There is a website that just started up in reaction to the terrorist threats …

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