Please. Stop it. Enough. We get the message…over and over and over again. We can hear you. We know you are virtuous. We know you are for equality and diversity. So please, please, please, can we have some diversity in our corporate culture – and some equality? Our corporate capitalists and public institutions seems obsessed with only one issue. (I note the common complaint that … Continue reading Somewhere Over the Rainbow – Corporate Capitalism, the World Cup and the Sign of a Society Committing Suicide
This is an interview I took part in with The Exiled Preacher Blogging in the Name of the Lord: David Robertson GD: Hello David Robertson, and welcome to Exiled Preacher. Please tell us a little about yourself. DR: I’m the minister of StPeter’s Free Church in Dundee, Church of Robert Murray McCheyne. I’m married to Annabel and have three grown up children – Andrew, Becky, and Emma … Continue reading Blogging in the Name of the Lord – Interview with the Exiled Preacher
In a providential timing – just as The Times ran a hatchet job attacking me, and the Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church also got stuck in – The Scotsman decided to publish my article on the same subject of gender self-identity. To put it mildly all hell has broken loose – will let you know more tomorrow…but meanwhile here is the article…you can read the original and the … Continue reading David Robertson: Children are being indoctrinated over gender – they should find identity in Christ Read – The Scotsman
This article was published on Christian Today with the following title: Why, as a Christian, I welcome Richard Dawkins and ‘The God Delusion’ taking to the stage It’s finally happened. Richard Dawkins’s The God Delusion (TGD) is to be put on the stage. Chorlton Arts Festival in England is going to have the first theatre version of the best selling atheist book. I think it … Continue reading The Atheist Theatre Experience
Lord Mackay of Clashfern rose from humble beginnings to become Lord High Chancellor Published: 07:00 Wednesday 10 January 2018 “There is no Scotsman, indeed no British person in public life whom I admire more” – thus begins Sinclair Ferguson’s foreword to J. Cameron Fraser’s new book, Learning from Lord Mackay, that serves as a good introduction to a much understated and underappreciated public servant. When … Continue reading Lord Mackay’s life is a shining beacon in an age of secular dogmatism
This is another of the Solas conference videos currently being put up (for free!) on the Solas website. In this 2013 talk I try to explain why education is so important and why Christian education is the best way to help the poor. Since then things have only got worse for children from a disadvantaged background in Scotland. Unless the Church in Scotland gets … Continue reading Education and the Poor
Solas are now releasing all the videos on their website – This one is my talk in 2010 on the reason for Solas – but to be honest it is the reason for my ministry (if you want to understand what I am trying to do – this will explain it)….I have repeated this talk several times in different forms but for me this conference … Continue reading Give me Scotland or I die
Light Engaging Darkness is a weekly post that tries to give a summary and comment on current cultural events, from a Christian perspective. It’s important to say that these are personal opinions and not an attempt to say this is THE Christian view. Some things are clear in terms of the Bible – others are not. All I am trying to do is try to think … Continue reading LED 19 – Is May the New Maggie? – Anti-Semitism in Sweden and Westminster – Women’s Football – Wrongful Birth – Sinclair Ferguson on Education – Transmania continues.
Solas have just published a new book – (it would be a great Christmas gift) entitled “Why We Still Believe”. Description The West has become permeated with a culture that doesn’t ‘do’ God. Many people assert that we have progressed, while Christians are still clinging to out-dated ideas. In Why We (Still) Believe, fourteen contributors focus on several specific contemporary attacks on Christianity, showing why … Continue reading Why I Still Believe – in Humanity.
1) Las Vegas Shooting. BBC – Las Vegas shooting: At least 59 dead at Mandalay Bay Hotel 2) Bible reading causes train panic. Evening Standard – ‘Bible reading’ man sparks panic and evacuation of rush hour train at Wimbledon 3) Transgender eggs. Daily Mail – NHS saves sperm of transgender teenagers aged 12 so they can be fathers after changing sex 4) Runrig Farewell Concert. 5) The Great … Continue reading Vegas Shooting, Tube Bible Chaos and Transgender Eggs | Quantum 113 podcast