An Unjustified Influence?

Do not Judge They are some of the most oft-cited words of Jesus, and also the most misunderstood – “Do not judge or you too will be judged” (Matthew 7:1). How appropriate you might think for a society that has as one of its core values, non-judgementalism. Dogs and Pigs? There are only two problems with that perspective. Firstly, our society is not non-judgemental. In … Continue reading An Unjustified Influence?

The European Court’s ruling on religious clothing is wrong. Secularism is not neutral

This article first appeared on the Premier Blog The European Court’s ruling on religious clothing is wrong. Secularism is not neutral By: David Robertson | 14th March 2017   David Robertson explains why he believes today’s ruling by the European Court of Justice that employers can ban workers from wearing religious symbols at work is wrong How are you dressed today? I don’t want to be too … Continue reading The European Court’s ruling on religious clothing is wrong. Secularism is not neutral

Article in the Mail on Sunday – Discrimination against Christians

    Delighted that this has appeared in the centre of the Mail on Sunday – they asked me to do it on Friday and as far as I can see have printed it as I sent it to them – besides their own editorial.   Very thankful for the Lord providing such opportunities. Forum for debate? If you’re a Christian, Twitter is the new … Continue reading Article in the Mail on Sunday – Discrimination against Christians

Persecution, Politicians and false Prophets

Visit to the Scottish Parliament- 10th Feb 2016 I was asked to speak to the Scottish Parliament sub-committee on religious freedom. Although I never stick to a text the following is the substance of what I said and a few reflections on the whole experience – which tells us a great deal about the state of Church and Society in Scotland today. “It is my … Continue reading Persecution, Politicians and false Prophets

Secularists Continue Campaign Against Christian Foodbanks – Letter in Dundee Courier and response

Tolerance by secularists Continuing the secularists campaign against the Trussell Trust, Alistair McBay wrote the following letter in The Courier on the 27th of July.  Davids response on the 29th follows: Sir, – I expected the customary fire and brimstone from the Free Church minister David Robertson over the Dundee foodbank and its discriminatory employment policies. But as usual he is wrong on many points. It would … Continue reading Secularists Continue Campaign Against Christian Foodbanks – Letter in Dundee Courier and response