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Rejecting the Intellect

By Caleb Keith

The Christian faith is blessed with the ability to be informed and educated. The Lutheran Reformation highlighted and used this gift to its full advantage. 395 more words


Join us Dec 13th to talk media and migrants over mulled wine

Join us, Tuesday December 13th, for an evening of friendship, mulled wine and mince pies, where we will turn our attention to groups who feel increasingly excluded, vulnerable and friendless in today’s Britain. 253 more words

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The Irony of ISO Certifications

ISO certifications have become a trend amongst translation agencies. Such a certification undoubtedly sounds like a mark of professionalism and commitment to certain standards, and of course it is reassuring to potential clients. 450 more words


Devotionally Frustrated: 5 Habits That Helped Me with "Devotions"

I grew up in church having heard (and used) the phrasing, “doing my devotions.” This was the terminology we (my youth group) used to describe a┬ádedicated time that included reading our bibles and spending time in prayer. 1,105 more words


Lung Cancer Clinical Outcome Publication 2016

The clinical outcomes publication is an NHS England initiative to publish quality measures at unit level and the level of individual consultant doctor using national clinical audit and administrative data | …

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