Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 03-25-2010
Something revolutionary is about to happen to my office. Currently overcrowded with books from floor to ceiling, I am about to clear an entire shelf - much to the rejoicing of my wife! And it's thanks to the publishers at IVP who have managed to pack the full complement of 49 volumes of the Tyndale commentary series onto a PC- (and now Mac-) friendly CD ROM, via the Libronix Library system. The Complete Tyndale Commentaries CD-ROM has arrived. More than revolutionising my office, it will also transform my preparation time.…
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Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 03-09-2010
A cross in the box I was shouting at the television. And no, it was not because my beloved Liverpool was failing to play its usual top class standard of premiership football. It was not even that I had failed to record the last episode of Heroes. What I was watching was even more galling. It was a man touting for support for the British National Party by explaining that as a Christian, he hated homosexuals and immigrants, denied the Holocaust and climate-change, and believed in white supremacy. Nick Griffin’s…
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Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 03-08-2010
June was born Jean Regina Ball on April 16th 1937, as the eldest of three daughters to Evelyn Rosina Ball and Reginald Alexander Ingleby Ball. She was born in Shilong, India. Reginald, my grandfather, was an Irishman a tea planting engineer and an expert marksman and exterminator of rogue man eating animals – be it lions, tigers or bears. June’s two sisters Nola and Diana were born shortly after, and the three girls were sent to Dr Graham’s Homes School in Kalimpong in 1945. This school that rested on the…
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