(This article was published on Christian Today) -we remember Sinclair Ferguson as he is now in the US to preach at RC’s memorial tomorrow (Wednesday the 20th) – this will be livestreamed here The Elim minister was quite adamant. Yes, he was a Pentecostal, but he was also very definitely Reformed. ‘How did that happen?’ I asked. ‘Oh, I went to Florida to hear RC … Continue reading Recovering Reform: The legacy of RC Sproul
Light Engaging Darkness 3 – Thanks for all the feedback for LED 2 – 50 Years Homosexual Celebration- Transgender Madness – Liu Xiaobo – The Guardian and the C of E – The Cult of Trudeau – Alice Cooper – The End of the Car? – Steve Chalke’s Sin. and LED 1 – Boots and Contraception; Champagne Socialism; Gay Blood; The Gender Agenda; The Extremism Trojan Horse … Continue reading LED 3 – Kenya – Kosovo – Neymar – First Case of Child Sex Doll being declared obscene – National Trust Backlash – Chestfeeding not Breastfeeding- Canadian Fascism – An Obituary to be Remembered – An Old Bible Returned – and the Oldest Bible Text discovered!
My phone has hardly stopped ringing over the past couple of days, with journalists from different news organisations desperate for information and ‘an informed opinion’ about the recent tragic death of Iain D Campbell. It still disappoints me that in a world where people are being killed, this is considered so newsworthy that it merits so many column inches and so much gossip. … Continue reading Tragedy in Lewis – A Pastoral Response
Last week 200 people from many different parts of the land gathered in St Peters to celebrate the life of an extraordinary woman. I know that funerals are nowadays often styled as celebrations and the phrase can become somewhat cliched. But this one was. And here is the interesting thing – it was not primarily a celebration of the life of Adele Ann Ellis, but … Continue reading The Woman of the Book – Adele Ann Ellis
I am sitting on the train enjoying the beauties of the Angus Coast as I head back to Dundee from a funeral in Montrose. In some ways, as all funerals should be, it was serious, solemn and a time for sorrow. In others it was serious, solemn and a time for rejoicing. It was a great illustration of the biblical truth that we mourn, but … Continue reading Death and Life in Montrose