This week’s Quantum marks a change in how we do things. We will continue to look at what is going on in the world; the good, the bad and the ugly – but there is a danger that just pointing things out can leave one with a sense of despair and turn into a kind of rant about how we are all doomed! I don’t believe that – and I think there is great hope found in the Gospel. However, I think that I have presupposed that others can see that and make the application….and I realise that that is not necessarily the case. That is my fault – apologies.
So in future, we will try to connect the current situation to the hope of the Gospel. Hence the renaming to Quantum of Hope. This week we will take a broader look at issues in the culture – and the hope the Gospel brings to that. Next week we would like to look at issues in the Church – and again our need for the Gospel.
The subjects we look at in Quantum of Hope include
Politics – Democracy –
Religious Freedom –
Christian Humanism –
We are opposed to secular (Godless) humanism – not humanism per se. Christian humanism is a fuller and better understanding of humanity. Whether its on issues of abortion as with Alabama this week – and the hysterical reaction to it. ; or the gender and transgender confusion , or the vital role of the family – Christianity has so much to offer. Take a look at this clip from the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air – if this does not move you then I question whether you have a heart.
Education is also a key area that we look at. And again the Christian church has been synomous with good education for its whole history….
But cuckoo like, the secularists have taken over schools and are now using them for social engineering. The combination of using the schools and the media to indoctrinate children is a powerful one – this example of a children’s cartoon is typical.
Is it really a rich mans world? One of the aims we have on Quantum is to bring good news to the poor.
Jeremy Marshall – recently attended a funeral where the celebrant said mournfully: ‘There is no answer to death’. “But I believe there is – and it brings me great hope. In the short time left for me in this world, I can think of nothing more important than sharing that hope with others.”
Thats what we are about. Sharing our hope with others – who either think there is no hope or are relying on false hopes.
This song from Leonard sums up where we are coming from….
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