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Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Sunspots 415

Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:


Christianity: A most interesting description of what a church, based on the New Testament pattern, should be like. (Not much like most of the churches I am familiar with.)
J. I. Packer gave a brief, but important discussion of the question, "Won't heaven's joy be spoiled by our awareness of unsaved loved ones in hell?" in 2002. Christianity Today has re-posted it.

Ken Schenck's series on Practical Theology continues with a post on "God as Eternal." Readable and thought-provoking. 


Computing: Gizmo's freeware has found a Firefox add-in that can extract and save the audio from a YouTube video, and also has found an on-line tool that can remove unwanted beginnings and ends from MP3 files.

Science: A demonstration of how a wet washcloth behaves when you wring it out, on the space station.
Image source (public domain)

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