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Book Note: The Good of Politics by James Skillen

by Dan Miller.

James Skillen thinks that most Christians have an impoverished view of politics, regarding it as a necessary evil in a fallen world. Skillen wants them to think of it as something inherently good, an essential part of the social order like families and churches. 1,382 more words

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10 out of 10 and 10 past Montenegro: What does England’s perfect qualification actually mean?

There is no denying it. England qualified for the Women’s World Cup in style. Still undefeated under Mark Sampson, England failed to lose or even draw a single game in qualification. 519 more words


Death Along The #RooseveltRiver

It was a cold, gray January day. The wind picked up the dusting of snow from the ground and flung it into their faces, stinging like needles. 1,106 more words


IDG shutters Macworld Magazine, much of the editorial staff let go

Pretty much the whole Macworld staff has been let go. Looks like the end. Sad

Roman Loyola (@pinatubo2000) September 10, 2014

A personal announcement: I'm leaving Macworld after 17 years.

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The #RooseveltRiver Flows into the River of Doubt

The former President of the United States lay near death. His body wracked with fever from a gash on his leg. Starvation leaving him weak and somewhat delirious. 920 more words


TOP TEN Young Players in English Women’s Football

By Dan Miller.

As the Women’s Super League develops its global outlook, the treasure trove of young players on the fringes of first team squads or in the WSL Development League must not be neglected. 1,425 more words


The Christian Historian and the Use of Evidence

Part 2 of the Integration of Faith & History in the Classroom series
by Dan Miller.

The discipline of history that is placed at the service of my Christian heart and mind is an attempt to situate ourselves in time and place and community. 1,151 more words