Redefining hate: from diabolical anti-love to any criticism of the fragile self — Archbishop Cranmer


This is a guest post by by the Rev’d Dr Gavin Ashenden. _____ During the General Synod debate on homosexuality I took to twitter. It’s like sitting up in the gods of a theatre. You are with the rowdy crowd. Shakespeare’s groundlings elevated to the grandstand of the internet. I chose my 140 characters with…

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What do you think about Death? | Short Answers 21 — THE BLOG OF DAVID ROBERTSON


We filmed this episode of SHORT/ANSWERS a few weeks. The timing is apposite. There’s also a 60 second version of it for starting conversations on Twitter and Instagram etc. What do you think about death? 60 seconds @theweeflea 4 minute version here: https://t.co/lSdv4etzTO pic.twitter.com/CKZACyNtlX — Solas CPC (@SolasCpc) July 10, 2017 […]

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Church of England votes to ban Religious Conversion — Archbishop Cranmer


The Church of England’s General Synod has backed a motion calling for a ban on the practice of Religious Conversion, aimed at altering a person’s religious orientation. Members of the Church’s national assembly, which is holding its annual July sessions in York, voted to endorse a Memorandum of Understanding on Religious Conversion, signed by The…

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Corbyn is not the Messiah: he’s a very dangerous Marxist-Leninist agitator who knows some very naughty boys — Archbishop Cranmer


O calamity! What can one say about the election other than a debacle, a disaster and a right royal mess! I never thought Mrs. Dismay to be as sure-footed and ‘sound’ as some made out – her track record at the Home Office speaks for itself – but I didn’t expect her to shoot herself…

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Does the Reformation’s Concern for the Glory of God Still Matter? — Christian in America


The Westminster shorter catechism famously begins with the question, “What is the chief end of man?” Its answer is pithy and to the point: “To enjoy God and glorify him forever.” My parents taught me this truth when they told me that I could do whatever I wanted in life, just so long as I […]

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Holy Books: Examining The Violence of the Bible & the Koran, and Their Differences.


Judging by the numerous works looking to provide a treatment of the subject, there are a few things more pressing for Christians than some of the more violent verses found within the pages of the Bible. However, the Koran has its fair share of violent passages too, and many Islamic apologists have looked to divorce […]

via Holy Books: Examining The Violence of the Bible & the Koran, and Their Differences. — James Bishop’s Theological Rationalism


I have just been reading the latest Solas magazine – it is OUTSTANDING! Every article is a gem. I’m so proud of what Scott and his team have done…fascinating articles on Malta; Refugee camps; Being the Truth; The Joy of Creation; Respect (this from a wonderful 18 year old Spanish girl); The Speakers Character (from […]

via Why We Need A Return To Rational Thinking – Solas Magazine Spring 2017 — THE BLOG OF DAVID ROBERTSON