This seems so weird, but is based on the premise of being without company, phone, pen, paper, book, music or anything. The whole situation stands at odds with the observations about having too much to do or being overloaded with busyness. The very situation we contend plagues us, we’re actually addicted to. People apparently can’t …

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Two new articles written by David Cook (moderator-general of the Presbyterian Church) have been posted at the Presbyterian Church of Australia website. One is a thematic followup to a previous post where David observes that “no political philosophy can change the heart of people. Humans are in rebellion against their creator, they want what he …

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David Cook writes about the stoush that has all the features of one of those red-neck reality shows, except this time the combatants are filthy rich. While it may seem that these two are simply ordinary men, David suggests that their behaviour is actually indicative of a society which is forgetting what it is to …

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