Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Word of God brings life to the Soul

After a few weeks with much going on in my private life, my wife Gabriella and I had a long weekend in London for a break. We saw #2 daughter, who is studying there and went around Henry VIII’s pleasure … Continue reading

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More Thoughts on the Trial of Kermit Gosnell

Frequently the view is expressed in the UK that to be Christian one must be in favour having many services performed by the public sector of the economy. There are complaints that the coalition government is attempting to privatise the … Continue reading

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What do we do about the likes of Kermit Gosnell?

When we consider how we should treat other people, our first point of reference should be Scripture. Forget asking “What would Jesus do?” Rather ask, “What does God command of us?” We know that God is the same yesterday, today … Continue reading

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Editing the News

We all accept that we do not hear everything about everything, but why have we heard so little about the trial of Kermit Gosnell. A very disturbing post at Archbishop Cranmer’s blog says it far more eloquently than I. The … Continue reading

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There is nothing new under the sun.

As a Lent course, ‘my’ bible study group worked our way through “Finding a Voice” which took parallels from the film of “The Kings Speech” with the Christian who is reticent to speak out about his or her faith in … Continue reading

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Is Same-Sex Marriage The Death Knell for The Church?

Dalrock frequently makes postings on the problems of marriage on his blog and usually quotes some US statistics to show how poorly men are served in the present state of affairs. But his post, Lovestruck, http://dalrock.wordpress.com/2013/04/15/lovestruck/ is a gem, a … Continue reading

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Church and State II

In the post last week I looked at the report issued jointly by four churches aimed at showing some myths about poverty in the UK. I would like to look again at some of the issues relating to poverty and … Continue reading

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