Audiobooks (instead of music) have been my listening choice since before I owned my first iDevice. Libraries have a great selection of titles on CD, and I am a notoriously slow reader. It just made sense to me to use my travelling time to be absorbing books instead of repetitively listening […]
I spend a bit of time reading and commenting at Tom Gilson’s blog at The Thinking Christian. Discussion there will possibly lead to more posts here, but for the moment I want to focus on a sentiment that is oft trumpeted by other posters there regarding God’s perfect Love. An obvious question such […]
In a reply to my Adults Only post Joshua Erlien put forward a syllogism that is often used as evidence of God. A syllogism is 2 statements that result in a sound conclusion.
All men are mortal. I am a man. Therefore I am mortal. […]
Anyone that has one or more brothers or sisters, or is a parent of multiple children knows that siblings are all unique individuals. The different genetic material in each egg and sperm that conceives them produces vastly different children in looks and personality. There are no doubts that boys are different to girls, but […]
Or more accurately, it’s not for children’s eyes. It’s not about sex, but rather another subject that parents often find difficult to discuss with their children, and I thought it best to warn you in my subject heading in case little eyes might be reading over your shoulder. You see, I don’t believe Santa […]
I was with a female coworker, quite some years ago, when a news story came on about the latest drama involving refugees arriving on a sinking boat. I’m not sure if I asked her opinion, or just offered my own words of sympathy to these people, but she said, to the best of […]
There is quite the discussion, and rightly so, about gay marriage in this great country of Australia. What is not right is the discussion regarding its legislation. How and why the government should make laws is all pretty straight forward. A quick recap of where we stand …
In 1961 the Australian Parliament passed […]
The 2nd of July just past was the first wedding anniversary of my eldest daughter, Amy Wallace. Giving her away is both the proudest moment of my life and the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do. I hope I summed this up in my Father of the Bride speech which is reprinted below.
Image by Tobias Garnham Photography
I recently discovered that Florists and Bakers in the USofA are being prosecuted for not providing their goods to be used at same sex weddings. Initially I was surprised at the discovery (of the suit, not that people would refuse to sell […]
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