Wealth, Health, Happiness and Holiness – The Vision and SIN of Nicola Sturgeon

Nicola Sturgeon recently gave a Ted Talk which is interesting, revealing and a real help in understanding where some of our political and cultural leaders are heading.  It’s only ten minutes but well worth listening to…   The message is simple and compelling.  We can no longer measure our country’s success by GDP (Gross Domestic Product).  We need to think about how happy and healthy … Continue reading Wealth, Health, Happiness and Holiness – The Vision and SIN of Nicola Sturgeon

Loved by God, Called to be Holy – Romans 1:6-13

This weeks sermon is from last Sunday morning in St Peters as we looked at Romans 1:6-13 and considered the fact that we are loved by God and called to be holy. I used this quote from Calvin to sum up – Here a rich truth presents itself to us, to which I shall briefly refer, and leave it to be meditated upon by each … Continue reading Loved by God, Called to be Holy – Romans 1:6-13

Swinging for Jesus? The Prostitution of Faith –

‘Swinging for Jesus’ – A Christian ‘erotic’ writer – these are not parodies but the reality of what is going on under the guise of ‘faith’ and Christianity today. Having read a couple of these in the Christian press in the past few days I decided to write the following article on my Christian Today column. Enjoy… http://www.christiantoday.com/article/the.prostitution.of.faith/41155.htm Continue reading Swinging for Jesus? The Prostitution of Faith –

An Open Letter to Tullian Tchividjian (and Liberate)

An Open Letter to Tullian Tchividjian This is a response to a response to my review of Tullians book – earlier on this blog .  You can get the original review here –   http://theweeflea.wordpress.com/2013/10/30/boring-grace-a-review-of-one-way-love-inexhaustible-grace-for-an-exhausted-world/ And the response from ‘Liberate’ here – http://liberate.org/2013/11/06/two-way-love/ Also don’t forget the original book – One Way Love, Inexhaustible Grace for an Exhausted World.  Dear Tullian, Sorry for responding in this … Continue reading An Open Letter to Tullian Tchividjian (and Liberate)