Today on The Techology Show:

Dr. Everett Piper – http://www.everettpiper.com/

Heath Mullikin – http://chaseyourlion.com

Steve Stanley – pastorses@gmail.com

Anthony Casey – http://facebook.com/acasey64

Matthew Tietje – http://twitter.com/c2ts

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THEY SAID IT

“So far we’ve had two requests from groups wishing to protest and we’re currently engaging with them to decide whether we think that’s appropriate.” – London Assistant Commissioner Lynne Owens explaining to Sky News that a Radical Muslim Group (Muslims Against Crusades or MAC) and a right-wing anti-Islamist group (the English Defense League or EDL) have both requested permits to protest the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.

SOURCE: Reuters

 

“Hackers should not be confused with crackers. Hackers build things, crackers break them.” – Father Antonio Spadaro quoting Eric Raymond and affirming hackers noteing parallels between hacker philosophy and the teachings of Christianity.

SOURCE: TechWorld

“The majority of rehabilitation centers that have been attacked by organized crime in Ciudad Juarez, Tijuana, Tepic and other places belong to the evangelical community.” – Arturo Farela, director of the National Fraternity of Evangelical Churches explaining why Rev. Josué Ramírez Santiago and other pastors have been kidnapped and held ransom by organized crime syndicates in Mexico City.

SOURCE: Christianity Today

“As S&P made clear, getting spending and our deficit under control can no longer be put off for another day, which is why House Republicans will only move forward on the President’s request to increase the debt limit if it is accompanied by serious reforms that immediately reduce federal spending and end the culture of debt in Washington.” – House Majority Leader Eric Cantor responding to Standard & Poor’s changing its outlook on U.S. Treasury securities to “negative” from “stable.” In essence lowering the US credit rating.

SOURCE: The Wall Street Journal

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