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Best of the Rest w/e 14 Jun 2013

This week's round-up of things that have caught our eye from around the web.

An excellent article from Elizabeth Oldfield on why Tim Montgomerie’s recent Times column gets it wrong on religious freedom.

‘“It’s interesting,” said Sir Humphrey [Appleby, in the 1980s satirical comedy ‘Yes, Prime Minister’], “that nowadays politicians want to talk about moral issues, and bishops want to talk politics.”’ Archbishop Cranmer finds life imitating fiction.

Christopher Lane reviews ‘DSM-5’, the fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders: ‘This manual is, frankly, a disaster for children’ Worth a read

Derek Rishmawy shares Sam Storms’ seven possible reasons why God might not heal someone.

It is ironic that as Parliament hurtles towards legalising Same Sex Marriage, heterosexuals are often put off tying the knot because of the cost of the wedding. Thankfully, the Wedding Angels are here to help. Good example of Christians offering practical help as well as moral guidance.

Andrew was seriously blessed this week by this post by Kevin de Young on coping with criticism (or perhaps, if you read his original tweet, on coping with criticism by Kevin de Young, but we assume the former…).

And we don’t normally promote our own stuff from elsewhere on here, but this sermon from Andrew on ‘Individualitis and the Dung Gate’ is too good to miss.

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