It’s a lovely day outside – a blue sky, crisp air and warm sun. I’m at my desk in the postgrad area in the Carey library but that’s not so bad because I have a view out of the window. Plus the All Blacks’ last minute victory over South Africa on Saturday and the English making Australia follow-on in the cricket have all helped buoy my mood. (We won’t talk about Wellington’s performance against Otago last Friday in the NPC though – it’s beginning to muck up my Virtual NPC lead.)
Two weeks ago it was a different matter – not only watching the All Blacks go down on Sunday morning to South Africa but then went to church for a sermon on the wrath of God. Took me about a week to recover from the combination of the two.
Anyway, I’m off to read a really interesting looking article in the latest
Theology and Science journal.
Barns, Ian. “Debating the Theological Implications of New Technologies.” Theology and Science 3, no. 2 (2005): 179-196.