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Administration Hardware Life Linux

KaOS, Digikam, and Monday Technical

I noted last week that Digikam does not run well with debian. This includes the Appimage. I want Digikam in my photo flow. So, I’ve looked at other issues. Opensuse and me don’t work well together. I need something reliable, that has been around for a while, and that runs plasma. The alternatives are endeavour […]

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Life

27 Jan 2020

When the leaders of the church will not speak, or speak untruths, God will call people who have failed, so he has a witness. Never look at the qualifications or denominational title. Judge all things by searching the scripture. And, though we are all imperfect, we all make mistakes, and at times our guilt challenges […]

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Australia Life Networking Theology

Weekend catchup.

Firstly, Dalrock is going inactive. I don’t link that much to him, because the fights I tend to have are more with active heretics and enemies of the faith. Besides, Dalrock, Scott and Elspeth have that corner of the argument covered. But it is sad to see an old blog go: though I pray D. […]

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Lectionary music

The third Sunday of Epiphany.

God Bless the Irish Faithful. The Church of Ireland has always been a minority, and has been far more faithful as a result. I have a burden about our local mainline churches, with whom I worshiped for years, but they are pleasing the leaders of our society overmuch, who want the churches strengthened, beautiful, and […]

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Poetry

Sunday Sonnet

The Bride of Christ is the Church. The hatred of the Church is because the saints: the members of the church invisible, will become one, righteous, pure, holy, sanctified, and together with Christ. He waits for us. Despite the depredations of the time. Donne was writing during a century of war, particularly in Germany, but […]

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Lectionary music

25 Jan 2020

Levi was a tax farmer, and as such a marked man: a collaborator, quisling, and like all such shunned (with good reason) he stayed among those who were like him. Christ called Levi. He calls those who we do not consider righteous. For heaven grieves at every soul lost to perdition. Luke 5:27-32 27 After […]

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Christianity Green Death Cult Life Social Change The Decline

The memes of reaction.

What happened in this post Markle week? We have found that woke industries go broke, unless subsidized. Which is how the BBC survives, and Red Radio in NZ. Locally, dairy farm prices are falling, which is not a good sign. The ongoing collapse into political correctness of the academy continues. We have been busy, but […]

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Lectionary Christianity music

24 Jan 2020 — The church must be governed.

I know Paul advised Timothy to not let any man despise him for his youth. However, the rest of us should take courage. Paul spent 14 years after his conversion in Arabia. Arabia was not rich. It was a desert, filled with tribes of reavers. Before Paul started his ministry he went to the apostles […]

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Life

Friday Fitness (squats included)

Over the next couple of weeks I intend to be blogging less and walking a lot more. Carrying fairly heavy gear in the process. But that requires strength, and strength needs range of motion. One reason to go low in your squat is that in recruits not merely the large muscles, but those little control […]

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Lectionary music

23 January 2020

I am not Roman, and I don’t have involvement in their fights to retain the faith. There are faithful brothers, who are challenging the voices of globalism, godlessness and heresy: us Prots should support them: we have enough heretics on our side of the Tiber. The introduction to today is from Mundabor, who notes that […]