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- How to dry your clothes – a comparison of tumble drying methods.
- Corbyn’s enemies shoot themselves in the foot
- The simple change to government budgeting rules that could solve the housing problem
- Christmas – the start of a tragedy?
- Making decisions as a community
- More than a General Election
- Terror attacks
- How to create the society that we deserve.
- One good thing about the Tory manifesto
- Draw your own conclusions
Author Archives: Minimalist Christian
I’ve been investigating tumble dryers to see which is most environmentally friendly. Surprisingly, I’ve not found a good comparison of the basic types, so here’s mine. There are three main types of tumble dryer: vented, condensing and heat pump. And … Continue reading
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In 1980 the Conservative government introduced the right to buy council houses. The rules were that half the proceeds of the sales were paid to the local authorities, but they were restricted to spending the money to reduce their debt … Continue reading
We have just celebrated Remembrance Day, and we are in the lead up to another day of remembering an event that modern philosophy would view as tragic. Jesus Christ was born specifically with the deliberate destiny of dying a horrific … Continue reading
Often we have to make decisions as a community; a family, a nation, a team. How do we go about it? Usually we will simply ask “what do you think we should do?” And then we will argue against the … Continue reading
8th June 2017 was so much more than just a General Election. I am writing this on June 9th with a joyful heart. I give thanks that Love, Joy, Peace, Kindness, Gentleness, Faithfulness, Patience, Goodness and Self Control are not … Continue reading
These murderers were once normal people like you and me. But they have been corrupted by allowing the seed of hatred to grow and fester in their hearts. They have turned from all that is good. We must not and … Continue reading
As a society, we decide what we value. Where do we want our work to generate value? Do we value our transport infrastructure, do we value our children’s education, do we value our police force, our armed forces, caring for … Continue reading
The one good thing that I have discovered from the Tory manifesto is an increased empathy with the writers of the psalms. They clearly had their own Tory party in power. Psalm 10 reads: “Why, Lord, do you stand far … Continue reading
Here is some data. It should be more powerful than rhetoric. Draw your own conclusions…