I am studying and living in a college, where we have a free wireless network. However as it is a corporate network, there are a lot of restrictions on it. A lot of sites and services have been blocked. Without knowing it by fact, my guess is that their filtering policies on ports is on a white list basis, that is they block anything by default, onless it is on the white list. For example, our PS3 is not able to connect to the PlayStation Network, Wii's cannot connect to the Nintendo/Wii network, Steam is not working, etc. I am not able to get my own broadband or fibre connection, so I have to rely on this network for my internet access.

So the plan for this project is to use a Raspberry Pi, connecting to the college network for the main connection, and then use a tethered smartphone to provide connection to the various blocked services, we would like to use. Then I will connect a router or Access Point to to the Pi, which will then provide WiFi access to our lap tops, tablets and phones.

Read more: Dual network gateway with Raspberry Pi (WiP)

The Kingdom[1] (Matthew 21:1-11)

Rejoice greatly, Daughter Zion! Shout, Daughter Jerusalem! See, your king comes to you, righteous and victorious, lowly and riding on a donkey, on a colt, the foal of a donkey. (Zechariah 9:9 NIV)

It is the first day of the week leading up to the annual Pass-Over feast. The celebration of the final plague, where God sent the Angel of Death to kill all the first born males in the land of Egypt. Except for those households, whom the Lord, through Moses, had instructed to sacrifice a lamb and smear its blood on their door posts. The celebration of the Pass Over of the Angel of Death. The celebration of God reedeeming the Jews from the yoke of slavery. The yoke of opression. The yoke of occupation.

Read more: The Kingdom (Palm Sunday 2014)

Good Friday : Jesus Suffering - Your Suffering(Luke 22:7-71)[2]

Jesus's Suffering

It's Thursday evening. Just four days ago Jesus rode into Jerusalem. Triumphantly. The Disciples celebrated Him. The Crowds celebrated Him.

I wonder what He felt – knowing what was to come?


Read more: Jesus Suffering - Your Suffering (Sermon Good Friday 2014)
The Jewish Study Bible


This is the Jewish Study Bible written in English. It features the Torah, Nevi'im, Kethuvim and several Essays on Jewish Interpretation of the Bible, The Bible in Jewish Life and Thought and Backgrounds for Reading the Bible.

The Jewish Study Bible - Featuring The Jewish Publication Society
Tanakh Translation
Adele Berlin and Marc Zvi Brettler (Editors)
Michael Fishbane (Consulting Editor)
New York, NY: Oxford University Press
Pages: 2196
ISBN 978-0-19-529751-5

We are currently moving towards a Multi-Lingual web site. This means that while you are viewing the English articles - like now - you can no longer view the Danish articles. If you want to read the Danish articles, this will possible by clicking on the flag of the langauge, you want to change to. At the moment, this is not working properly, so if you want to read the Danish articles, you can click here.

Have a nice sommer! 

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