When the son of a friend of mine was quite young, he thought he had been told that Christmas was about the Baby Cheeses. Only when he was older did he finally understand that it was about the Baby Jesus. Even knowing that, one cannot but suspect most people in the world, while enjoying the… Continue reading Christmas is still a time of hope and joy
On the front page of nearly every paper in the UK were headlines like this one: ‘Suicide bomber was a Christian convert.’ The impression every paper wanted to give the public was obvious: it’s not only the Muslims who blow up people. The Christians are at it too. The only folks you can trust are… Continue reading The Day the British Press Lost its Mind
At face value, the plain teaching of Scripture is that we should obey those in authority over us. For example, the Apostle Paul wrote this to the Christians who lived in Rome, the most powerful empire the world had ever known: “Let everyone be subject to the governing authorities, for there is no authority except… Continue reading When does being free necessarily mean rejecting governmental authority?
As I have written before, the United States of America and other Western nations are behaving more and more like the description of the prophetic Babylon the Great in the Book of Revelation, chapters 17 and 18. The recent surrender of Afghanistan to the Taliban has yet again revealed the real policies of the USA… Continue reading The lives of holy ones were found in her
Summary: Where in history do we first hear of “human rights”? Some will tell you: in the Enlightenment (the 17th and 18th Centuries). In fact, the idea is much older than that. The concept of rights that belong to all people is already present in the Scriptures. A righteous man knows the rights of the poor; a… Continue reading Human Rights And The Bible
The intense campaign to ‘smash heteronormativity’ in western societies and replace it with a confused mishmash of sexual desires for anything with a pulse has a simple goal: to make everyone capable of breeding to completely fail at the one thing sustaining the human race humanity necessitates of them: ‘to go forth an multiply’ [Genesis… Continue reading Smash heteronormativity – A call for mass destruction
Three thousand years ago, King David wrote a Psalm. Within it we find these inspired words, words that God has spoken to the world: Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: May those who love you be secure. May there be peace within your walls and security within your citadels.” For the sake of my family… Continue reading Pray for the peace of Jerusalem
The Good News of Jesus Christ is not received warmly, for it implies that believers limit their power of action by self-regulation in order to do what is right and avoid what is wrong, or unjust. This moral self-regulation is purposeful, in order that love between human beings may not be just a dream but… Continue reading What the three principal enemies of the Gospel really want
Out of a world population of 7.9 billion people on Earth, around 31% or 2.5 billion are Christians. Christians are found in every continent in great numbers, in some cases the majority. Although the Muslim world has less people, around 1.9 billion people, their rate of natural increase is faster, although this does not take… Continue reading The Veiled Reality
The Middle East Media Research Institute reports the following: “The Islamic State (ISIS) Central Africa Province (ISCAP) is one of ISIS’s African affiliates that the global organization and its new leadership use to demonstrate it continues to be relevant and active. Since its April 2019 inception, ISCAP has mirrored a strategy adopted by ISIS’s most… Continue reading What can Christians do to counter ISIS in Central Africa?