Heading for Australia I wrote about Leaving the Country – Reflections on a Hysterical Britain Whilst enjoying being here it seems that the collective hysteria gripping the country back home seems to be increasing. None more so than in the reaction to the horrific fire tragedy at the Grenfell Tower. Over 70 people are dead or … More The Blame Game and The Demonisation of Theresa May
This article is in today’s Scotsman..you can read the original and comment Here The religion of Human Rights is anti-democratic Protesters take part in an anti-terror and Human Rights march in Germany. The elites tell themselves how they ‘care for the poor’, but they want to nanny them, says David Robertson. There is a new religion … More The Religion of Human Rights is Anti- Democratic – Article in Scotsman
This article originally appeared on Premier Christianity I had originally entitled it ‘The End of Liberal Britain?’ but I prefer the Premier title! By: David Robertson | 16th June 2017 David Robertson argues that Tim Farron’s resignation proves the Church needs to take a firmer stance on biblical truth The prophecy was quickly fulfilled! … More Christians are now being excluded from the public square. But we have brought it on ourselves
I’m leaving on a jet plane…don’t know when I’ll be back again’ – this is not strictly true as we hopefully will return in a couple of weeks. I hope by then the country will have returned to some degree of sanity. I am utterly astonished and somewhat depressed at the way that our media … More Leaving the Country – Reflections on a Hysterical Britain
This weeks article on Revelation 17 in Christian Today Let’s do some basic preacher training. Christians have a beautiful message, full of love, compassion and gentleness. Those who pass on the gospel message are to be subtle, nuanced, connected and certainly not give any offence. Agreed? But there is something missing from that. It appears that … More Revelation 17 – The Prostitute on the Beast
Sitting in my office at St Peters, which has now been turned into the polling station for a day, I cannot forget this is an important day for the UK as one of the most important elections in decades takes place. I usually make myself a hostage to fortune by offering a prediction on … More GE17 – The Hubris, Hysteria, Hypocrisy and Hopelessness – Plus Prediction of Result
Have a look at this poster? It is a pro-Corbyn, anti-May poster erected in Bristol this week. I guess you could just say it is part of the rough and tumble of election politics, although I regard it as indicative of the simplistic dumbed down politics we are being forced to endure. Apart … More Why Anti-Semitism Matters in the British Election
This article The Confused Christian’s Guide to the General Election appeared today in CARE’s online election guide. Click on the above link to get the original…. I’m glad that we don’t have the tradition in the UK church of members of congregations asking their pastors, ‘how should I vote?’ If I was asked I wouldn’t know what to … More The Confused Christian’s Guide to the General Election
“Woe to those who go down to Egypt for help, who rely on horses, who trust in the multitude of their chariots and in the great strength of their horsemen, but do not look to the Holy One of Israel, or seek help from the LORD.” Isaiah 31:1 NIVUK This is the … More Who Can I Vote For? – Part 3 – Who Would Jesus Vote For?
“Terror is nothing other than justice, prompt, stern and inflexible; it is not so much a particular principle as a consequence of the general principle of democracy applied to the most urgent needs of our country … The government of the Revolution is the despotism of liberty against the tyrants. Maximilien Robespierre” (from “A Place … More Who Can I Vote For – Part 2 – The Personalities.