A.S.K 19 – The Certainty of Heaven – How Can I Know I Will Go There?

BIBLE READING: 1 John 5:13-21 TEXT: And this is the testimony: God has given us eternal life, and this life is in his Son. Whoever has the Son has life; whoever does not have the Son of God does not have life. I write these things to you who believe in the name of the Son of God so that you may know that you … Continue reading A.S.K 19 – The Certainty of Heaven – How Can I Know I Will Go There?

Third Space – An Interview with The Gospel Coalition Australia

In yesterday’s blog I spoke about the enormity of the task that we face here in Australia.  Here is an interview I did with the Gospel Coalition Australia – which expands on that a bit more.   The key question, in Australia, the UK and the US, is whether the Church is prepared to face up to the underlying difficulties and whether, when we do, we … Continue reading Third Space – An Interview with The Gospel Coalition Australia

Letter from Australia 10- The Fear of Failure

Brothers and Sisters, I have a fear of flying….which, given my current location, is not particularly helpful. If I want to go anywhere – it has to be by plane and despite my desire to help the climate, Ifind myself flying on average around twice per month. People think that the flight from the UK to Australia, which takes one day, is too long. In … Continue reading Letter from Australia 10- The Fear of Failure

Radical Forgiveness and Beautiful Grace – The Difference Christ Makes

This weeks Christian Today post – you can read the original here The title they gave is “An astonishing courtroom hug and what it teaches us about radical forgiveness”…I prefer mine!   Radical Forgiveness and Beautiful Grace – the Difference Christ Makes’ because this incident sums up the difference between joyful biblical Christianity and joyless, miserable atheistic ideology! (although to be fair there have already been … Continue reading Radical Forgiveness and Beautiful Grace – The Difference Christ Makes

Quantum 62 – The one with Thomas Cook; Boris; Miliband; Generosity; Forgiveness; Climate Change; Chinese Communism; No Whites Anti-Racism; Abbey Road; Kanye West; Gaelic Psalms

This weeks quantum has some great clips… We look at: Lessons from the rise and fall of Thomas Cook  Boris Johnson’s misunderstanding about human equality https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tlvK7XLNXNU David Milibands million dollar ‘charity’ salary… A myth debunked – are religious people more generous? A great example of forgiveness….Amber Guyger and Brandt Jean – Forgiveness – the Most Radical Teaching of Christ – in Practice Some balance on … Continue reading Quantum 62 – The one with Thomas Cook; Boris; Miliband; Generosity; Forgiveness; Climate Change; Chinese Communism; No Whites Anti-Racism; Abbey Road; Kanye West; Gaelic Psalms

Amber Guyger and Brandt Jean – Forgiveness – the Most Radical Teaching of Christ – in Practice

Botham Jean,  a 26-year-old accountant, was sitting at home in his apartment, eating ice cream, when Amber Guyger, a policewoman, entered his home and shot him.  He was black, she is white.   There have been a number of shooting of black suspects by white police officers.  But the narrative is not as simplistic as the tribes like to make out.  Yes – level of violence … Continue reading Amber Guyger and Brandt Jean – Forgiveness – the Most Radical Teaching of Christ – in Practice

The Great Evangelical Scandal

This months article in Evangelicals Now – you can get the original here THE GREAT EVANGELICAL SCANDAL The church is taking a battering. In the 24/7 news world of the Internet and the era of monetised sensationalist reporting it seems as though the Good News is being eclipsed by the bad news. The father of lies is having a field day – although to be … Continue reading The Great Evangelical Scandal

The Madness of Crowds – A Review of Douglas Murray’s Latest Book

(This is my latest article in Christian Today – you can read the original here – good to see that Douglas retweeted it!)  This was the title they gave it…. The gay atheist who made me weep and pray (Photo: Unsplash/Ben Mater) Every now and then a book comes along that feels as though it has a brilliance that is enlightening or even a prophetic … Continue reading The Madness of Crowds – A Review of Douglas Murray’s Latest Book