Football (er, Soccer): Much to my chagrin, Spain played beautifully over the weekend, to beat a lacklustre German side (saved from a shellacking only by their goalkeeper) to win Euro 2008, 1-0. Hockey: The Stanley Cup arrives in my home province. No, I am not going to see it. Anglicanism: GAFCON final statement means that … Continue reading Online Reading (June 30, 2008)
When the king of Egypt was told that the people had fled, Pharaoh and his officials changed their minds about them and said, “What have we done? We have let the Israelites go and have lost their services!” So he had his chariot made ready and took his army with him. (Ex 14:5-6, NIV) The … Continue reading Pharoah, Hardened Hearts and Vested Interests
Education: British universities face criticism for awarding degrees to people who in some cases don't even speak English. Environment: There is now a debate over the benefit of biofuels. Culture: After several years of resurgent atheist publishing, the Pew survey reports that in the United States, 92% of people still believe in God. Books: A … Continue reading Online Reading (June 25, 2008)
Technology: Honda releases a new hydrogen car for commercial production. Sports: Canada Day will be a nightmare in Harbour Grace as the Stanley Cup visits. Christianity: David Limbaugh recommends an apologetics book by Ravi Zacharias. More Tech: Angry in the Great White North reports on oil from (less ancient) biological sources.
Cloth Car: We begin with a product promotion for BMW's new concept. I don't know if I want a car that needs dry-cleaning though. Games: Is Sudoku too addictive? Archeology: What seems to be an ancient Church building is found in Jordan.