Monthly Archives: August 2013

The Bible and Mental Health – 2

How to calm your mind with God’s word. Adrian Warnock has written an excellent series of posts on mental health. This one deals specifically with using the Bible to calm your mind: “ For God hath not given us the … Continue reading

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Garden Prayer Walk – Mindfulness in the Garden

I went on a Quiet Day at Green Pastures in Poole, Dorset, UK this summer. They have a Garden Prayer Walk where we are invited to walk through the garden and stop and reflect/meditate/pray at certain numbered spots. A leaflet … Continue reading

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At the end of your tether?

I shared my reflections on another section of Psalm 119 at Lighthouse Community Church this week. You can find the previous talk here. This morning I’d like to look at verses 81-88 New International Version My soul faints with longing for … Continue reading

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Why we are not computers: The case of memory

Originally posted on Science and Belief:
Brain coral. © Ben Stoate, http://www.sxc.hu Ray Kurzweil, futurist, author, and director of engineering at Google, has ambitious plans to create computer copies of human brains by 2045. He teamed up with a Russian…

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