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When someone yells at you from their car

I promised my friend Eleazar (aka Elfezar - as his Bahncard proudly states) that I'd write about him on my blog. Eli is a terrific tenor who makes the best guacamole ever. He's also the coolest person in the world ...

Some layman’s thoughts on expository preaching

Expository preaching, according to Mark Dever, is one of the marks of a healthy church. It is, simply, taking a text and explaining what that text is saying. It is in contrast to topical preaching, which takes a topic and ...

Jesus and the lost sheep

Source: ASBO Jesus I lay-preached again on Sunday, looking at Jesus' parable about the lost sheep and lost coin in Luke 15:1-10: Listen here:   [1] Now the tax collectors and sinners were all drawing near to hear him. [2] And the Pharisees and ...

Cause and effect

via 22 words

What confidence?

I think the best cartoons are those which use wit and humour to poke our minds and consciousness with deeper issues. Take this one (via @askegg): As Homer Simpson says, "it's funny 'cause it's true", well... for philosophical naturalists at least. ...

What do you get if you press your trousers while wearing them?

Irony! Boom tish. I wasn't going to post today (though I did over at my other blog) but I just love a good bit of irony. P.Z. Myers posted a little cartoon today, (nothing to do with his speciality of biology btw) ...

Making fun of Airport Security

There's a bit of a stink about the new, more invasive security approach in American airports at the moment, from the full-body 'naked' scanner to literally full-body pat-down searches. If you happen to be flying in the US today, you ...

A cartoon on the arts

This is a strange but humorous animation advocating the arts in the UK (a few naughty words and a warning for anyone who might feel squeamish about animated calving):

Proving negatives

It's often argued that you can't prove a negative - usually in response to someone suggesting that the non-believer needs to prove God doesn't exist. However, as oft-spouted as it is, it is actually not entirely true; sometimes you can ...

What the world wants

from The ongoing adventures of ASBO Jesus