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Is It Possible for Christians to Idolize the Bible?

My comment: As I discuss scripture on social media, I am often accused of making the Bible an idol. Those who accuse me of this do not like it when I constantly appeal to scripture to make my case concerning the topic under discussion. 435 more words

Sola Scriptura

Soup - Album

Anyone who absorbs an ungodly amount of music will tell you – sometimes the bands and records become lifetime companions and sometimes….well, sometimes you struggle to remember what they sound like. 927 more words

Adventures In Record Reviews

Remarkable retro – Tunnel Vintage, Leamington Spa

A water buffalo’s skull, a vintage dentist’s stand and a G-Plan teak sideboard are just some of the eclectic treasures to be found at Tunnel Vintage, a retro furniture store located under some railway arches in Leamington Spa. 441 more words

Introducing research students Iris Buunk and John Mowbray

Welcome to Iris Buunk and John Mowbray, new research students within the Centre for Social Informatics at Edinburgh Napier University. I am the Director of Studies for both students. 336 more words

Edinburgh Napier University

DCMCO - Black Tie Dinner & Awards Ceremony - Lanham MD. - Nov 28, 2014

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Tickets for the event can be obtained from: Wakysha Lee 202.531.4705;  Gordon Stewart 301.717.9625;  Patrick Thompson  301.209.0382.

DCMCO — DC METRO All-STAR CRICKET ORGANIZATION… 68 more words

Guyanese Online

Investor Success Story: Wooloomooloo Sizzles with Aussie Prime

Wooloomooloo Group delivers premium beef, with a focus on Australian meat and classic grill favourites.

It has developed three brands, namely Wooloomooloo Prime, Wooloomooloo Steakhouse and The Chop House, to cater for different customer segments at prominent locations in Hong Kong and Singapore. 32 more words

Hong Kong

Last Week on the Web

Rest Because You Can from Jonathan Parnell at Desiring God. “We can trust that when Jesus died in our place on the cross, he died to destroy all the anxieties of our lack, to still our ceaseless striving, to hush the winds of our self-justifying labor, to irrevocably connect us to the abundance of his grace we possess by his work, not ours.” 175 more words

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