This article was published on Premier Christian Website in response to Tim Farron’s recent comments re gay sex. A number of years ago we warned that the whole issue of sexuality had become the religion of our contemporary society and the shibboleth question. At first we were told that accepting the current liberal absolutist morality would be voluntary, but we knew it would soon become determinative and prescriptive. … Continue reading Another One Bites the Dust – Tim Farron’s comments on gay sex
Spare the Rod and Spoil the Child, use the Hand and go to Jail The Liberal Democrats are putting it in their manifesto. The Children’s minister, Aileen Campbell says she wants it. And Tam Bailey, the Children’s commissioner for Scotland regards it as essential. So that’s it. The great and good, backed up by ‘research’ have told us this is what a ‘progressive’ society does … Continue reading Should Smacking be made Illegal?
David is on sabbatical and will not be writing his blog until August 17th – howver some of his articles/letter continue to appear in the press and they will be posted here. This is the latest on the new Lib-Dem Leader…. http://www.premierchristianity.com/Blog/Channel-Four-John-Humphreys-and-the-new-thought-police Continue reading Channel Four, John Humphreys and the new thought police
You can listen to the latest Quantum by clicking below… Transgender | Question of Faith: Why are Christians so obsessed with sex? | Tim Farron: is he Lib Dem enough? | Charleston | Elizabeth Elliott. Continue reading Quantum of Solas 34 – Transgender | Question of Faith: Why are Christians so obsessed with sex? | Tim Farron: is he Lib Dem enough? | Charleston | Elizabeth Elliott.
http://www.christiantoday.com/article/the.general.election.scotlands.revolution/53544.htm (Text below) If the result of the General Election in the UK as a whole was somewhat of a surprise and a bit of a bloody nose for the pollsters, the results in Scotland are a revolution. The numbers are staggering. The Scottish National Party has moved from six to 56 seats (out of 59). The Tories retained their one seat in the Scottish … Continue reading The General Election: Scotland’s Revolution