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Facebook Isn’t The Problem, People Are

If you have used Facebook for any amount of time it is possible you may have experienced some, erm, unhelpful emotions as a result of seeing everyone’s fabulous lives played out before your eyes. Those holiday pics, the oh-so-perfect-marriage, the new job/house/car etc. All those status updates can leave you feeling just a little bit left out, a teeny bit …

Eye Catchers – July 20th

Here are some of the things that have caught my eye this week from around the web: How The Gospel Changes Our Apologetics, Part I Tim Keller dealing brilliantly with the biblical basis for apologetics. One of the best answers to ‘Why apologetics?’ I’ve found. Communion on the Moon: The Religious Experience in Space┬áht Micah Ruelle An interesting look at …

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The Defining Decade: Why your twenties matter and how to make the most of them now

I’ll level with you. Until a couple of years ago I wouldn’t have picked up this book. Psychology? Pah. Man up. The older I get the more I narrow minded I realise I must have been and realise just how much grace I’ve been given by people around me! I don’t know how the process of softening rock-hard judgements begins …

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Facebook Ruined My Mind

In 2005 The Guardian ran an article stating that, The distractions of constant emails, text and phone messages are a greater threat to IQ and concentration than taking cannabis. That was 2 years before the iPhone was released to the world and before we’d ever heard of Twitter or the majority of us could sign up for a Facebook account. …