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This Blog has CLOSED DOWN

August 31st, 2009 · Comments Off

That”s right, no-one blogs here anymore, and all the comments are closed, so follow me over to:

www.liambyrn.es

RSS Feeds are being re-directed, but I”d appreciate it if you could take the time to subscribe the new feed here.

ALSO:

www.liambyrnes.com

might give you the info you”re after.

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The End…or the beginning

August 25th, 2009 · 1 Comment

GOODBYE FAITHFUL READERS, As you may have noticed, things have been a little sparse round here of late, everything has been busy and we”ve been preparing for lots of change. One of the things that will be changing is that Ill be sitting in front of a computer with spare time a lot less, and that, alas, means for now, I”m shutting down Byrnesys Blabberings. Rachel and I are joining YWAM to train to work in South Africa, you can find out more here (www.liamandrachel.com) and the reality is, I won”t have time to blog in the way I have been doing for the last few years.

It”s been fun, from humble beginnings on blogspot in my first year at University, now almost 5 years ago (pretty humble endings too)! When I”ve stumbled back to those old posts I really do shiver at the level of written english and some interesting theories and thoughts I espoused. But then again that has really been what”s great about blogging, thinking through things, and having input from others.

As times have gone on, I”ve realised I can”t stick to one genre of blog posts, I”ve mainly concentrated on technology and theology, strange match maybe. I also flirted with music, movies and a of course the good old personal update, where blogging began.

A QUICK LOOK BACK

It wouldn”t be an proper navel-gazing-ending-post if I didn”t take brief look back at a few of the highlights:

Statistically, the following were the top 3 posts, all thanks to linkage and google:

  1. Gmail Tricks you might find useful – 1942 views
  2. Please Pray for Todd Bentley – 1844 Views
  3. International Roaming with an iPhone – 1638 Views

Over the last couple of years, I”ve run a couple of series:

Some Important Moments in my life:

Some Sad posts:

A Few posts that got an unexpected amount of attention:

NEW BEGINNINGS

Of course, I”m far too much of a geek to withdraw from the Internet completely, though this blog is stopping, I”ve set up a mini-blog on the tumblr service (http://liambyrn.es), where the RSS feed for this blog will redirect to. So far it has been a mix of quotes, videos, photos and links to things I find online (along the same lines as my End of Week Round Up posts), there just won”t be quite so many longer pieces of writing.

I”M ACTUALLY STILL ALL OVER THE INTERNET

Details of our work with YWAM will be posted here (www.liamandrachel.com), and I”ve set up a hub for all my sites here (www.liambyrnes.com)

I can also be found at the following social networks! (click on the icons for my profiles)

twitterfacebookyoutubelinkedinlastfmflickrGooglefriendfeeddeliciousvimeomyspaceebaydopplr

CONTACT

Send me some email – mail {at} liam byrnes {dot} com or skype username: byrnesyliam

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Bauhaus: Ninety Years of Inspiration

August 4th, 2009 · Comments Off

Bauhaus: Ninety Years of Inspiration:

 

Inspired by a vision of bringing artists and craftsmen together to start a movement in art which would change the future of the world, Walter Gropius opened the doors…

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My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2009-8-2)

August 4th, 2009 · Comments Off

My Top 5 Artists (Week Ending 2009-8-2):
  1. Fleet Foxes (68) 
  2. Noisettes (55) 
  3. Bon Iver (8) 
  4. Incubus (7) 
  5. Cold War Kids (6) 

Imported from Last.fm Tumblr by JoeLaz

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YOU ARE INVITED TO OUR LEAVING PARTY Click on the picture…

August 4th, 2009 · Comments Off



YOU ARE INVITED TO OUR LEAVING PARTY Click on the picture to RSVP on Facebook (If you are in Scotland, this ones for you, Cornwall people, there is something in the mix, we’ll let you know ASAP)

or email us at updates@liamandrachel.com

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Protected: "[Much of the church] fears that if the young person, especially in adolescence, is permitted to…"

August 4th, 2009 · Comments Off

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"If we think the church can only be sustained through concerted social and psychological manipulation…"

August 4th, 2009 · Comments Off

“If we think the church can only be sustained through concerted social and psychological manipulation of our children, then the church isn’t worth preserving. After all, if we don’t really believe that the church lives by the power of the gospel to call people out of the world, we’ve lost the gospel altogether.”

A thought on Christian-based Education (Church Schools) that may have a point.

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"global capitalism is forming a new hegemonic power structure masked in the shroud of economics. This…"

August 4th, 2009 · Comments Off

“global capitalism is forming a new hegemonic power structure masked in the shroud of economics. This movement toward hegemony via globalization is what Hardt and Negri tend to refer to as the growth of empire. Thus, empire is not just a way of naming the current heights of American international power but rather it points to an emerging global power structure of economic relations that is not tied directly to national borders or localized governing entities. The emerging global empire seemingly belongs to everyone and to no one.”

Evangelicals and Empire Review – Halden Doerge

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"It grieves them more to own a bad house than a bad life, as if it were man’s greatest good to have…"

August 4th, 2009 · Comments Off

““It grieves them more to own a bad house than a bad life, as if it were man’s greatest good
to have everything good but himself””

Augustine, (City of God, 3.1).

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