Welcome to this weeks Quantum of Hope – Was the election of Scott Morrison a ‘miracle’? Should Boris Johnson be taken to court for the EU referendum? Is the Indian election good for Christians? What is happening with Israeli politics.? A Canadian Feminist brings some sense to the trans debate in Scotland. A Church of England vicar, John Parker, takes a costly stance against the … Continue reading Quantum of Hope 44 – Australian ‘miracle’; EU Election; Naomi Wolf; Trans and Feminism; Todd Coontz; Virtual Church; The Oldest Bible Ms; Chick-Fil-A
This is a slightly amended version of my latest post in Christian Today – you can read the original here.. This is an important subject for us all to grasp…please do feel free to spread this article around…(if you agree!) (Photo: Unsplash/Matt Botsford) After the Second World War, Soviet Russia was determined to have the concept of ‘hate speech’ enshrined in international legislation. They … Continue reading I Hate ‘Hate Speech’
This weeks Brexit Bulletin and some Reflections on Scotland Today Sturgeon, Brexit and the Future of Scotland MPs are back from their Easter holidays and things have stayed the same and moved on. The Brexit Party has really started with a bang. It looks professional, slick and is gathering a formidable momentum. The other new party – ChangeUK is having a nightmare – they … Continue reading Sturgeon, Brexit and the Future of Scotland
Christian Today asked me to write about the reporting of the Sri Lankan attacks on Christians after I tweeted about it. This is the resultant article (Photo: Reuters)Police officials and catholic priests stand inside the church after a bomb blast in Negombo, Sri Lanka April 21, 2019. To some extent I blame social media. After every unspeakable terrorist tragedy our political leaders speak. I used … Continue reading Sri Lankan Tragedy – Prejudice, Politicians and the Press
The Easter Quantum : This week we look at the Pope in Sudan ; the Notre Dame fire; elections in Indonesia; Abortion in South Korea and Bejings massive new airport. A big theme in this week’s Quantum is the intolerance and hypocrisy of today’s ‘liberal’ culture. We start with the weird world of Rugby Australia: On this side of the ocean we have the even more bizarre case … Continue reading Quantum 38 – The Pope in Sudan; Notre Dame; Abortion in South Korea; Bejing; Folau and Vunipola; Barry Humphries; ‘White’ Libraries; Unscientific American; Aretha Franklin; Easter
It’s a basic truth that our society is founded on Christianity and Christian principles. This includes the whole notion of freedom. If you are a regular watcher of news (or reader of this blog) you will note that in the name of freedom, our civic elites, are seeking to remove the foundation. If the root is removed what makes them think that the fruit will … Continue reading What can we say to people who think Christianity is against freedom?
This months ‘In the Market’ with Janet Parshall ended up with a common theme – the collapse of Western civilisation as we move away from our Christian foundation. Enjoy https://www.moodyradio.org/radioplayer.aspx?episode=259722&hour=1 The Death of Democracy, Media, Prejudice against Christians; the Meritocracy, Ricky Gervais; Jordan Peterson; American Universities, Notre Dame etc are the subjects discussed. I cannot help but think that the burning of Notre Dame … Continue reading In the Market with Janet Parshall – The Collapse of Western Civilisation
This week we range all over the world and a variety of subjects; We begin with an extraordinary claim that Israel was responsible for the New Zealand Mosque shootings. This leads us to question what is Islamaphobia? This of course brings in Jordan Peterson, whose books were banned by a New Zealand bookchain, which continued to sell Mein Kampf! We mention Peterson and Cambridge – Letter … Continue reading Quantum 35 – Israel and the NZ Mosque; Islamaphobia and Jordan Peterson; The Church in China; Chinese AI; The Mueller Inquiry and Jesse Smollett; The EU and the Internet; The Dutch and the Elderly; Transgender Beer; Scott Walker; Ricky Gervais; and more….
Welcome to Quantum no. 34 Cyclone in Mozambique – Zimbabwe and Malawi – https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-47637166 New Zealand Mosque Shootings – Dutch and African killings. https://theweeflea.com/2019/03/18/christchurch-commentaries/ Nicola Sturgeon – https://twitter.com/radioclydenews/status/1106580389877989376?s=12 https://www.christianpost.com/news/at-least-32-christians-killed-as-mob-burns-homes-church-in-nigeria.html Brendan O’Neil – https://twitter.com/spikedonline/status/1107982933338583040?s=12 Erodgan – https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2019/03/20/turkeys-president-sparks-diplomatic-row-warning-anti-muslim/?hootPostID=000b4a33c965356d65acfc4c0990327c Brexit https://theweeflea.com/2019/03/21/the-who-bercow-the-snp-socialists-greeks-the-swiss-dentists-historians-and-christ-on-brexit-confusion/ Iranian Christian Refused Asylum https://archbishopcranmer.com/home-office-refuses-asylum-to-iranian-christian-convert-quoting-violence-in-the-bible-as-evidence-of-bogus-claim/ British Journalist Questioned for Misgendering https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2019/03/the-journalist-investigated-by-police-for-using-the-wrong-pronouns/ British MP condemns parents who don’t want LGBT indoctrination https://www.gov.uk/government/news/government-appoints-first-national-adviser-for-lgbt-health https://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/17514173.oxford-lgbt-leader-questioning-students-sexuality-is-abuse/ 7) Out of the Ashes … Continue reading Quantum 34; East African Cyclone; Mosque Shootings; Nigerian Slaughter; Utrecht; Islamaphobia; Brexit; Iranian Refugee Christian; Misgendering; LGBT Indoctrination; Afghanistan Cricket; John Stott
It’s always wise advice, that when a horrific tragedy occurs one should refrain from commenting. Not least because in the midst of an emotive situation we don’t know the full circumstances and more importantly to make room for grief, mourning and respect. But we live in a 24 hour news cycle society – we live in a world where it seems as though every politician, … Continue reading Christchurch Commentaries