It’s a rush-hour world for many of us, and the online world is especially busy. So much to read, so little time! So you can read 1-minute summaries of some of the most popular pages on this site, to see if you want to read more, or not.
This page is for those interested in Wordpress coding, and shows how I created a child theme and a new page template and redesigned this site to load faster and be more mobile-friendly.
If you’ve visited this website before, you may be noticing that it’s looking a little different. In the off-chance that you may be interested in why the change, here’s why.
Those readers who subscribe to this blog may have noticed that about 3 weeks ago all the comments disappeared, and I haven’t posted in that time. And you may have received a strange email about an odd post. The three are related. Three weeks ago the WordPress database was corrupted, I don’t know how. Fortunately […]
I don’t usually review my blog in a post, but ten years is a milestone worth marking.
This page in brief For years I had a self-coded HTML website with a blog attached. Late last year I made the decision to make it entirely built on WordPress, which necessitated converting about a hundred HTML pages to WordPress pages, and solving quite a few problems along the way. I am not a professional […]
It is good, every now and again, to reflect on what we believe and why, and to review if there is any reason to change our minds. I think it is good, too, for a blog author to remind their readers of what the blog is all about. So here’s my summary – what I […]
Expect some changes in this website soon. I want to update the design, mostly to make it better suited for viewing on mobiles (more than a third of my visits now) and to make it more stable and easier for me to manage. There’ll be disruption for quite a while as I gradually update and […]
Picture: Heart Centred Rebalancing.
In this blog I explore questions of belief and disbelief, ethics, evidence, etc, all relating to the question of whether God exists. Readers agree and disagree, and some accuse me of inconsistency or dishonesty. I thought it might be worthwhile setting out, particularly for the benefit of non-believers who visit, how I try to work, […]