Monthly Archives: July 2013

A Few Follow ups to Earlier Postings

Some time ago, I mentioned Brian and his wife who were having some problems with their relationship. while not everything has been resolved, Brian and his wife are now back together and I would like to thank everyone who prayed … Continue reading

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Government Welfare Payments Cap

There is a great debate in the media, including the BBC about the government’s cap on welfare benefits for a household of £500 per week. Some have argued that Ian Duncan Smith, the architect of the changes is not as … Continue reading

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Remind me again how we got here.

A fellow blogger, AR10308, had this post up. http://ar10308.wordpress.com/2013/06/30/a-stark-contrast/ In it, he discussed how various aspects of the law today make it likely that helping another is likely to lead to problems. Then at church this morning, our passage was … Continue reading

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The Church of England is Out of Step on Homosexuality – Says Archbishop

I remember that one of the first Christian choruses I learned as a child was , “He’s the same today, as yesterday, my Great Unchanging Friend”. I wonder how many clergy in the national churches of Scotland and England believe … Continue reading

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Conspiracy Theories and the Police in Britain

After my recent posting on events in Edinburgh, I have now discovered that on Monday 1st July 2013, another Christian preaching the Gospel in the street was arrested under “Section 5 of the Public Order Act with a homophobic aggravating … Continue reading

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