Regular Reads

A Smile of Intolerable Anguish

I’m not a hugely political figure, but I do enjoy politics, so I couldn’t resist posting this video of a recent speech by William Hague describing what would happen if Blair became ‘le President’ of Europe. It’s only about a minute long – and is animated with a number of… Read More »

“Christmas Adam”

From Urban Dictionary: Christmas Adam Word of the day… Definition: 1. The day before Christmas Eve. Since Adam was created before Eve, and the need to be equitable in the holiday season, Christmas Adam creates further anticipation of Christmas Day. Usage: “When is your family coming to our place?” “On… Read More »

Proving God Exists

Hat tip to Mark Berry at Way Out West for this post: The following is an actual question given on a University of Washington Chemistry mid-term. The answer by one student was so “profound” that the professor shared it with colleagues, via the Internet, which is, of course, why we… Read More »

Theological Quote of the Week

I love to quote out of context – its just so much fun. “I could fart and lead someone to Christ. That’s not the point.” Context: Picking a Fight by Stuart Delony

Dinner Party

Just seen this post from Marko where he’s writing about an imaginary dinner party that you can invite anyone along to (alive or dead). He’s following someone else’s lead, but goes on to add a couple more rules. In particular, I draw your attention to: “Jesus doesn’t count. It’s a… Read More »

Preaching: Approval and Applause

“If I’m to preach to people effectively, I must be freed from my need for their approval and applause. As long as I am chained to that need, then my preaching will really be trying to fill up something in me that I can never fill.” Source: Out of Ur… Read More »

Happy Easter…

I know that I’m in danger of turning this site into a re-blog of the Savage Chickens website, but as long as Doug keeps producing excellent cartoons, I’ll keep posting my favourites here: Happy Easter!