It is one of the most basic statements, and assumptions – “I would believe in God if he showed himself”. I wrote this article in a for those of my non-believing friends who ask this question. Let me know what you think! If only God would show himself. It is widely assumed by many people today that they would of course believe in God if … Continue reading If Only God Would Show Himself
The new editor at Christian Today has invited me back to do a weekly column for them…here is the first – on lessons from John Milton about Internet censorship. Did you know that President Lincoln stated, “Most of what you read on the Internet is false”? I’m afraid if you cannot spot the obvious flaw in that statement then you are not worthy of reading … Continue reading Censoring the internet – A plea from John Milton
Rather than the Saturday review I am putting up this article which has just been published on Premier Christianity. I am doing this because it is of direct relevance to yesterdays Quantum where all three cases are mentioned and because for me this is an even more important issue than Brexit. Also by the time you read this I will be in hospital, hopefully recovering … Continue reading Jordan Peterson, Caroline Farrow, Jayne Ozanne and the death of free speech
This article was published on the Australian Spectator website this weekend…its my review of Mary Queen of Scots – you can get the original here And the Oscar for most Woke Period Drama goes to… Mary Queen of Scots (although The Favourite ran it a close second). The woke checklist Women as the heroines (but still victims oppressed by the patriarchal society) – check. Men … Continue reading Mary Queen of Scots – Woke Movie of the Year
Recently I was interviewed by Ruth Clemence, Premier’s ‘Young Blogger of the Year” – an honour she well deserved! You can read the whole interview here – https://ruthclemence.com/2019/01/17/an-interview-with-david-robertson-the-wee-flea/ Her ‘tags’ indicate the breadth of the interview! America, apologetics, apologist, atheism, atheist, author, bible, blogging, christianity, civic society, civil society, communication, contemporary culture, controversial issues, culture, david robertson, debate, donald trump, dundee, engaging with atheists, Europe, evangelism, evangelist, free church, Gospel, Jesus Christ, lgbt, magnificent obsession, politics, president trump, richard dawkins, robert murray mccheyne, same sex marriage, same sex relationships, Scotland, scottish secular society, sexuality, solas centre of public christianity, st peters church dundee, the … Continue reading A Wide Ranging Interview
Dear Twitter, Thanks for your note telling me that I was banned. I must admit it was a bit of a shock. This is what you told me: We’re writing to let you know that your account features will remain locked or limited for the allotted time due to violations of the Twitter Rules, specifically our hateful conduct policy. We do not allow people to … Continue reading Dear Twitter – Why Have You Banned Me?
This is an interview I did with The Australian Church Record – you can get the original by clicking here I learned a great deal when in Sydney and I hope that some of this is helpful to the church – wherever you are! The ACR was privileged to hear from David Robertson, author of The Dawkins Letters and blogger at TheWeeFlea.com, on his recent visit to … Continue reading Reflections on Sydney Anglicanism – An Interview with the Australian Church Record
It’s been an intense but revealing 24 hours. I have learned to an even greater extent just how deep the rot is in the contemporary church, and just how easy it is for us to be intimidated and bullied into silence. Let me set the background, then explain what happened yesterday, and then offer some analysis of what precisely is going on. Vicky Beeching brought … Continue reading The Soft and Hard Intimidation of the Church – A revealing 24 Hours….
This is my latest article on Premier Christianity (its always interesting to read the comments!) – I wrote it a couple of weeks ago and just assumed it was not going to be published – but it was yesterday…..There will come a day when if people like Vicky Beeching get her way these articles will not be allowed to be published – so enjoy them … Continue reading 3 reasons why the commercialisation of sexual politics is wrong
The following is an extended version of an article I published yesterday on Christian Today. After I wrote about the Royal Wedding I was faced with two direct challenges/accusations – can you do any better (what would you write)? And what do you mean that this sermon has indicated the faultlines in Western Evangelicalism? I will get to the former later – but I have … Continue reading How Bishop Curry’s Sermon Revealed the Four Evangelical Tribes