Solas on GodTV!

Andy Bannister and I both spoke at CreationFest in Cornwall last summer.  During this we did an interview for GodTV and so was fulfilled a long held ‘ambition’ for me.  We were on GodTV….!  Click the link below and enjoy! https://www.god.tv/video/uk-regional-update-2-andy-bannister-and-david-robertson/zype An Encouraging Tale- The Herald and Christianity in the Public (George) Square! The God TV Enigma – The Real Problem with God TV is … Continue reading Solas on GodTV!

2 Timothy 3 – Sinclair Ferguson; Luke 15 – Andy Bannister – A Remembrance Hymn and Poem

Last Sunday I was at the IFES conference in Barcelona so Sinclair preached at the morning service and Andy Bannister in the evening…if you benefit from listening to this as much as I have then you will be blessed… In the evening we had an emphasis on Solas which, under the direction of Andy, is growing and developing – they had just had a very … Continue reading 2 Timothy 3 – Sinclair Ferguson; Luke 15 – Andy Bannister – A Remembrance Hymn and Poem

Solas, the wider work and prayer

      This is a wee video Solas made which shows some of the things we try to do…. You can find out more about Solas here   Please do support Andy Bannister as he leads the team in that work. I would personally value prayer for strength, courage and wisdom as I try to balance St Peters, Solas and the wider cultural engagement that … Continue reading Solas, the wider work and prayer

CreationFest in Cornwall – A Festival for the whole UK

CreationFest in Cornwall – Some personal Reflections.  I once went on a Christian holiday (that is a holiday arranged by a Christian tour company for Christians) – it was nice but not my cup of tea and too expensive for this pastor! Apart from going to the Strathpeffer Convention in the Highlands when I was a teenager and speaking at a couple as an adult, … Continue reading CreationFest in Cornwall – A Festival for the whole UK

The Strange Death of Europe – Part 4 – Christianity

So near. Yet so far.   In this final part of my review of Murray’s brilliant book we come to consider the heart of the matter. What can be done to stop Europe, as we know it, dying? Murray has a sort of answer but it is not nearly adequate enough. In part 1 we looked at the overall thesis of the book – that Europe … Continue reading The Strange Death of Europe – Part 4 – Christianity

If there is no Resurrection – you’re following a Dead Christ

A report came out this weekend stating that 25% of British Christians don’t believe in the resurrection, whilst 10% of non-religious people did!  Christian Today asked me to write a response to this – you can read the edited version – Here The text of the full version is below: It had all been going so well for Paul. He had got the attention of the … Continue reading If there is no Resurrection – you’re following a Dead Christ

Ricky Gervais v Stephen Colbert – The Real Answers- An Open Letter

This article is now on the Premier Christianity website Dear Ricky, Loved your appearance on the Stephen Colbert show – two of my favourite entertainers discussing the most important subject in the world – what’s not to like?!   I would like to answer some of the questions you raise in the clip below.  I have heard you raise them several times before as though they … Continue reading Ricky Gervais v Stephen Colbert – The Real Answers- An Open Letter

Short Answers – Is Belief in God just like Belief in Santa?

I am totally loving the way that the Lord is developing Solas since Andy Bannister joined us as director.  He and Al have developed a great partnership in producing these high quality popular short videos.  Here for example is the one on Christmas – I’m thinking of using it on Sunday at our carol service….why not pass it on? If you like this – there … Continue reading Short Answers – Is Belief in God just like Belief in Santa?

Cast Your Bread on the Waters

 Cast your bread on the waters; after many days you may receive a return. (Ecclesiastes 11:1) I had the privilege of preaching on this verse in Charlotte Chapel Baptist Church in Edinburgh yesterday. It was a joy in more ways than one. To have a congregation of some 700 people packed into this building to worship Jesus Christ in the centre of Edinburgh, in a … Continue reading Cast Your Bread on the Waters