Husband, Father, Christian (not the mentalist type), Mentalist, Blogger, and so forth.
A few links I found interesting for one reason or another:
Get Religion – Anti-gay marriage protests prompt ire of the BBC
The Mental Elf – Clinicians should consider referring depressed patients to Internet Support Groups, according to new RCT
iMonk – “Getting Better”
Opinionated Vicar - The National Lottery: pet parasite of the nation
Oxford Human Rights Hub – R (Hodkin): A Signal to Rethink Religious Worship
Society for Christian Psychology – Redemption and Restoration
Dr Robert Cargill – Is the Internet bringing about the end of organized religion?
PsychCentral – Lance Armstrong: Narcissist or “Optimist”?
Believer’s Brain – 4 Things Not To Say to a Depressed Christian
Normblog – Telling stories to win an argument
Patheos: Science and Religion – Do you believe in magic? Seriously.
The Emotionally Sensitive Person – Sunsets and Math Problems: Appreciating the Difference
Tags: Christian Life, Internet & Technology, Law Moral Ethical, Media, Mental Health, Religion Society, Science & Medical
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@Get Religion – Anti-gay marriage protests prompt ire of the BBC
“FEMEN – is the name of the scandal famous organization of topless women activists, who defend with their breast sexual and social equality in the world.”
More page 3 with attitude, slightly more intelligent than the crass and debased Pussy Riot.
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