Monthly Archives: April 2008

Tony Blair on his faith

The former PM speaks out: One of the oddest questions I get asked in interviews, and I get asked a lot of questions, is: Is faith important to your politics? It’s like asking someone whether their health is important to … Continue reading

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Evangelism Lesson

From my sermon this morning: Some excerpts from the text: I’m having fun with my toys and I don’t want to share them. It’s hard to share. Could I do it? Maybe, if I really tried. I can share when … Continue reading

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updated blog software

security upgrade. who has time for this?

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Erwin on Risk

I’m reading Chasing Daylight and liked this: Long before September 11, I made it my personal mission to crusade against a long-standing Christian cliche. … I lament that it has become an accepted part of pop theology that the safest … Continue reading

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command history

All the top programming-blog people are doing this. Why not small-town pastors, too? 90 cd 77 l 57 mv 42 llr 29 ll 25 rm 18 open 16 clear 14 cp 11 cat Clearly, the thing I do most is … Continue reading

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cool tool: fluid

Fluid is the heat. It lets you create an application specific web browser. If you want a separate “application” to read email, for your blog, to run the control panel for your web host, etc., you do this and keep … Continue reading

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WordPress Upgraded

Sad that the first post in almost 2 months is to say I just spent an hour backing things up and installing wordpress. The installation was flawless except for some pilot errors on my part. (You’d think I could type … Continue reading

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