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This message will self-destruct… Part 3. October 2018

by Stuart Irvin

When the above phrase was uttered to the agents in the TV and Film adaptations of Mission Impossible they all knew what they were expecting and with cool resolve did not overreact. What about something though that self-destructs when you are not expecting it, indeed something that causes shock and surprise? Last week the well-known,… Continue reading This message will self-destruct… Part 3. October 2018 »

This message will self-destruct… Part 2. October 2018

by Stuart Irvin

When the above phrase was uttered to the agents in the TV and Film adaptations of Mission Impossible they all knew what they were expecting and with cool resolve did not overreact. What about something though that self-destructs when you are not expecting it, indeed something that causes shock and surprise? Last week the well-known,… Continue reading This message will self-destruct… Part 2. October 2018 »

This message will self-destruct… Part 1 October 2018.

by Stuart Irvin

When the above phrase was uttered to the agents in the TV and Film adaptations of Mission Impossible they all knew what they were expecting and with cool resolve did not overreact. What about something though that self-destructs when you are not expecting it, indeed something that causes shock and surprise? Last week the well-known,… Continue reading This message will self-destruct… Part 1 October 2018. »

Time Out – September 2018

by Stuart Irvin

Time Out – September 2018 On Saturday the 8th of September the church elders and I took some time out together. It was great. Here you can see our ‘Team Photo’. We made use of the excellent hospitality at Liberton Kirk. Their minister, John Young, kindly led us in worship and reflection and then facilitated some… Continue reading Time Out – September 2018 »

Satisfied with statistics?

by Stuart Irvin

How do you feel when you become a statistic? Would you rather be part of, or separate from, the crowd? Some recent statistics suggested a decline in those who identify themselves as ‘religious’. The research, commissioned by the Humanist Society of Scotland, asked 1,016 Scottish adults if they were religious or not. 24% said they… Continue reading Satisfied with statistics? »