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Tuesday, 20 January 2015 |

Praise for Aloof

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"Tony Kriz challenges paint-by-numbers conventionality with brave honesty about doubt, struggle, and the elusiveness of God—a struggle many Christians experience but few are willing to acknowledge so candidly." --Tom Krattenmaker, USA Today Contributing Columnist and Author of The Evangelicals You Don't Know...
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NEW YORK, Jan 20 (Reuters) - Equities rose worldwide on Tuesday, with Wall Street reversing early losses and the dollar rising 1 percent against the Japanese yen, as diminishing global growth prospects bolstered hopes for central bank stimulus....
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imageOne of the enduring mysteries of life on Earth is how scented organic molecules are activated and become airborne after rain. Using high speed photography, engineers from MIT have now discovered the secret -- the effervescent action of energetic microbubbles produced when raindrops of the right size and speed strike dry porous earth....
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Ahead of the launch of Microsoft's Windows 10, The Telegraph takes a look back at how the operating system has evolved...
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Housing costs are making city living increasingly expensive, particularly in the US. But even American cities can't take the number one spot......
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One of the most striking things about the testimony in the AIG bailout trial is the degree to which Fed officials play fast and loose with the truth. And I don't mean the normal CEO version of having no memory of events that are inconvenient and very detailed recollections of things that boost their case. I mean statements that are flat out false....
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SALT LAKE CITY (RNS) John Dehlin, known to support same-sex marriage and the Ordain Women movement, said he expects "either disfellowshipment (i.e., official censure) or excommunication."...

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How can success breed failure?  It turns out there are a number of dynamics at work.
Success, we’re constantly told, breeds success.  And success breeds stability. The way to avoid failure is to copy successful people and strategies. The way to continue succeeding is to do more of what has been successful.
This line of thinking is...
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