The Queen and Billy Graham — THE BLOG OF DAVID ROBERTSON


This article first appeared on Christian Today Like my colleague Joseph Hartropp, I love the Netflix drama The Crown. It’s big budget, beautifully produced and the dialogue and plot are West Wing sharp. None more so than in episode six of season two, which features the relationship between the young Queen Elizabeth and the American evangelist Billy Graham, on […]

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The BBC must remember its Christian roots and stop mocking evangelicals – Article on Premier Christianity — THE BLOG OF DAVID ROBERTSON


This article first appeared on Premier Christianity – you can get the original and see the comments here The BBC must remember its Christian roots and stop mocking evangelicals By: David Robertson | 20th December 2017 The BBC has moved away from its Christian beginnings, says David Robertson I love the BBC – its part of our history […]

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Are You Easy Prey for False Teachers? — DEFINING DECEPTION


Modern-day Christian culture is obsessed with experience. The Bible has become a footnote. Truth, we say, is important, but it must come second to our experience. Modern mystics claim, “We owe the world an encounter!” They’re referring to their ability to help people experience a special anointing of God. One of the newest faith healers […]

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The Suicide of the Church of Scotland – A Call to Prayer for St Andrews Day — THE BLOG OF DAVID ROBERTSON


As we head towards St Andrews Day – its perhaps appropriate to reflect on the state of the Church in Scotland – and given the amount of publicity they have received this week, especially The Church of Scotland. It is drifting into ‘irrelevance and obscurity’. No – this is not another analysis from an […]

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“Christ gives more than sin stole” by Herman Bavinck — Tolle Lege


“When the kingdom has fully come, Christ will hand it over to God the Father. The original order will be restored. But not naturally, as if nothing had ever happened, as if sin had never existed and the revelation of God’s grace in Christ had never occurred. Christ gives more than sin stole; grace was […]

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