Snippets from the interweb (18th August 2019)

The West cannot survive without a re-energised belief in Christianity I was surprised to read this in the Spectator. ‘I have come to a disconcerting

Snippets from the interweb (11th August 2019)

Famed Yale professor quits believing Darwin’s theories It is well-known that Darwinism is taking something of a battering in the academy. Fewer and fewer consider

Snippets from the interweb (4th August 2019)

One flesh, two bank accounts Graham Nicholls comments on the now mainstream position of married couples having two separate bank accounts. My parents and grandparents,

Snippets from the interweb (28th July 2019)

I kissed rating goodbye Stephen McAlpine offers some thoughts on the culture of seeking ratings and how that has been the downfall of some big

Snippets from the interweb (21st July 2019)

4 reasons leaders need large blocks of time ‘Calendars fill up quickly. If leaders don’t manage their calendars then their calendars will manage them. In

Snippets from the interweb (14th July 2019)

Why I’m sick of Pride In this provocative one, Brendan O’Neill notes the shift from a focus on liberty (i.e. just let me be) to

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