Astroturf – The battle for your mind

Astroturf – The battle for your mind

I confess. I thought astroturf was fake grass. Apparently not!

  • Mobile ‘blasted’ phones

    Mobile ‘blasted’ phones

    In the past month or two, my mobile phone has been ringing almost out of my shirt pocket.

  • The tipping point

    The tipping point

    I read a book some time ago titled “The Tipping Point” by Malcolm Gladwell and it was a real eye opener. In it, he defined a “tipping point” as “The moment of critical mass. A threshold. A boiling point.”

  • The Bible not our final authority?

    The Bible not our final authority?

    I grew up in a strong evangelical church which emphasised the importance of the Bible as the Word of God. The Bible was central to these good people.

  • Freedom! What happened?

    Freedom! What happened?

    A recent Freedom House report declares Israel is the only free country in the Middle East. Israel scored 80 out of 100 points on the Freedom House chart.

  • Max wouldn’t answer

    Max wouldn’t answer

    Can the mere existence of something be compelling evidence that it had been designed and then made in accordance with that design?

  • Are you stuck in a bad religion?

    Are you stuck in a bad religion?

    Good religion promotes healthy self-reflection. An examined life provides opportunity for growth, understanding and an increase in our ability to bring our fullness of self to some usefulness in the world.

  • Pay back time

    Pay back time

    Imagine for a moment, being singularly driven to be God (not like God, but God, the real one).

  • Feeling down? Look up!

    Feeling down? Look up!

    World events proclaim the evil one constantly. It is easy to feel overwhelmed. That Bible verse clearly declares the world is made up of two specific groups ...a) those who 'know' they are of God, and b) the rest.

  • A letter to single Christians

    A letter to single Christians

    The God we serve is a good God, and He is a giver of good gifts. No matter what our situation, or how we find our life, we need to remember that God is good all the time.

  • What if we can\'t make choices?

    What if we can't make choices?

    When I was a student and studying education I struggled with the Bell curve.

  • \'Your Pastor is a liar\'

    'Your Pastor is a liar'

    Welcome to an article on dealing with people that distort the gospel. No, not your Pastor. But those that reshape the gospel, as it has been agreed upon for 2000 years. Gospel distortions have always been around.

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