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Canon PIXMA MG6850 Inkjet Photo Printers - Black
Canon PIXMA MG6850 Inkjet Photo Printers - Black
Offered by Kozmic Solutionz
Price: £90.00

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars It's a disappointment. I had an MG5350 previously, 4 Mar. 2016
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It's a disappointment. I had an MG5350 previously, which was the best printer I've ever owned - so when it broke I thought this would be the same story but with some new bells and whistles.

I was wrong. Whereas the 5350 had an internal cassete for the paper, on the 6850 it sticks out the front, meaning the output tray has to stay open all the time (on the older model it folded down automatically when a print job came along).

It's much slower than the 5350, and quite frequently prints half-pages and then stops and spits out the job half done. Or just errors when trying to print to it. Wifi takes an age to connect when starting up. The Cloud print thing is a complete gimmick and pretty useless. The ink is Canon genuine only, and so much more expensive.

Yes it still has the nice features of the 5350 (borderless, auto-duplex), but save yourself the downsides and get the older model on Ebay. That's what I'll be doing!


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3.0 out of 5 stars pink spotty wellington boots, 25 Nov. 2013
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These boots are very bright and cheerful. Not quite the shade of deep pink I was expecting from the picture but the spotty pattern is great. The calf width is very generous.


Words of Life: Scripture as the Living and Active Word of God
Words of Life: Scripture as the Living and Active Word of God
by Timothy Ward
Edition: Paperback
Price: £9.99

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent treatment of the subject, 19 Jun. 2009
A really good, fresh treatment of the nature of Scripture - thoroughly orthodox and Biblical, but unafraid to challenge the traditional emphases in presentation of the subject. Ward writes with clarity of purpose and comes to well-explained conclusions. His method of approaching the topic via a Biblical-theological model, then drawing doctrinal conclusions from this is one I applaud vigorously!

Theologically,I found his treatment of the nature of Scripture as the Word of God and how this relates to Christ as the Word of God particularly helpful. I thought his discussion of inerrancy alone was worth having the book for - coming to a sharp, clear and Biblical conclusion that inerrancy is 'no more and no less than the natural implication of the fact that Scripture is identified as the speech act of a God who cannot lie' (p137). Readers will also appreciate having the insights of speech-act theory presented in an accessible and clearly applied way.

And it left me keen to dig further into the sources he suggests as particularly helpful (Calvin, Bavinck, Warfield and Turretin)!

Wholeheartedly recommend, especially for anyone sympathetic to but with reservations about the classic evangelical doctrine of the Bible as God's Word.


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