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I am a software developer (by profession), BitCoin & crypto-currency evangelist, craft beer & single malt whiskey drinker, and Christian. My interests include programming, politics, economics & global finance, biblical theology, formula one racing, cars, good beer or whiskey, and probably some other things I've neglected to mention.


I have been programming since I was 14, and have never looked back. As a professional developer I work for an airline as part of a scrum team, using the Microsoft technology stack. I am proficient in C#, ASP.NET, MVC, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Typescript and jQuery. I am constantly working on personal development projects to sharpen my skills as a developer and keep my mind active and learning constantly. I also actively participate in the Typescript project on GitHub and have contributed to discussions surrounding the language and how it relates to ECMAScript.


I am a great believer in digital currencies; BitCoin being the most popular of these right now. Anyone who understands fiat currency systems knows that they are not sustainable and inevitably lead to economic collapse. I genuinely believe that the future on global economic finance is in digital, cryptographically secure currency systems which do not follow the mechanics of fiat currency systems.


I am by no means an aficionado when it comes to craft beer or whiskey. I’m relatively new to the scene and I know what I like; that being ultra-hoppy, small batch IPAs, and well-aged single malt whiskeys. My favourite brewery at the moment is Brewdog, but I have a few other favourites including The Kernel and Moor. My favourite beer at the moment is Brewdog IPA Is Dead - Citra. It’s a bit of a rarity as I believe it’s a seasonal beer, but boy-oh-boy…it’s good!


I was raised in a Christian family and at the age of 16, made the decision for myself to continue following in the faith. Since then there have been various aspects to my life where I have sought deep spiritual understanding from the faith and through biblical understanding.


Well I guess that’s about enough background for now. Feel free to drop me a line with any questions or comments.

comment How have Protestants explained how Jesus could be born of mankind and be sinless?
Do you regard any/all sexual desire as a sin? I thought that only unjust sexual desire (outside of marriage, or within marriage, but without love). My understanding was that sexual desire was not sinful, provided that it is based on the foundation of love, as opposed to love, within a marriage? - Are you saying that even "good" Christians who are married, are committing a sin when they wish to start a family?
comment Will people in hell be able to remember people in heaven?
Thanks for your answer. I guess my reason for asking is that on Earth, we commit impure acts. As nothing impure can enter heaven, surely even the thought of an impure act, or the recollection of an impure act should not be allowed either?
comment Will people in hell be able to remember people in heaven?
@2tim424 thanks for your reply. I guess my logic here comes from the fact that nothing impure can enter heaven, therefore, as earthly life is impure, surely your memory of it should be erased. Does that make sense?