Tag Archives: Monarchy of the United Kingdom

Why I Will Postpone My Series Review of Torchwood: Miracle Day

I found out via twitter, that former biblioblogger Doug Chaplin, and the rest of our fanbase located in the United Kingdom are a week behind for Torchwood: Miracle Day.

Thanks to Alexa, I know we get a lot of visitors from the UK. In light of that fact, and out of the kindness (or meanness if you are Chad), of my heart, I have decided to postpone my series review until next week.

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Poll for the Weekend: Monarchy, Good or Bad?

This week, the media was fawning over pending marriage of Prince William and Middleton. But seriously, my preferred reading of my favorite book Judges condemns monarchy, or at least royal power passed on through inheritance (check the 9th chapter, and my take on it from Tuesday’s Parable Driven Life piece).  If there is one thing the Founders got right, it was the ill necessity of a throne. And for that, I am forever grateful to George Washington, our first President.

So, my poll for this weekend is: Are monarchies good or bad? If good, please, I would like to hear your thoughts in the comments section. If bad, and you agree with me, I would like to hear from you as well.

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