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Transforming Grace Top 10 posts for 2013

Each July for the past five years I have posted a top 10 list of what people had been reading on Transforming Grace. I missed it this July, being busy, tired and distracted by other things. So to end the … Continue reading

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Transforming Grace is 6 years old today

Where does the time go?  WordPress has just messaged me to say “Happy Anniversary”.  Six years ago today I published my first post, extracts from Thomas Watson’s five marks of a spurious mourning for sin.  782 posts and over a … Continue reading

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The new masthead photo for Transforming Grace. A birds eye view of Holy Trinity West Bromwich.

My new header photo was inspired by the headers over at The Vicar’s Wife and at The Urban Pastor whose photos are of the place in which they serve the Lord, West Bromwich and Balham respectively. I like being reminded … Continue reading

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Transforming Grace Top 10 (2011-12)

I’ve been blogging for over four years now, though I’ve been off blogging for the last couple of months.  I’ve stopped because I’ve got lots on my plate, with little time to think theological thoughts, which is probably not a … Continue reading

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The changing face of Transforming Grace

I changed the header photo on Transforming Grace twice this week. It thought it might be fun to remind anyone who’s been reading this blog for the past few years of the various photos I’ve used to make a first … Continue reading

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When free porn is truly free

When I took a glance at the search engine terms which directed people to my blog yesterday I wondered what the people who typed “free lap dancing porn”, “west porno free” and “open season porn” thought of what they found. … Continue reading

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