Believe in the Bible or Believe in Yourself – answering heretics in the secular press!

Some of the biggest enemies we face as Christians are those who profess to be Christians, especially Christian teachers and clergy, but spend their time denying Christian teaching and the Bible.  One such frequent correspondent in the press in Scotland is Rev. Dr John Cameron, a Church of Scotland minister.  In one of his latest … More Believe in the Bible or Believe in Yourself – answering heretics in the secular press!

Where is Jesus Now? – Apologetics 101 .No. 11

  This is my latest apologetics article on Christian Today It’s the week after Easter. We repeat the joyous affirmation of faith. “Christ is risen. He is risen indeed.” In St Pete’s as we have some Greeks in our fellowship we always use the Greek version – “Christos Anesti…Alithos Anesti.” But then comes the question: OK, He … More Where is Jesus Now? – Apologetics 101 .No. 11

Children, The Family and the Church

  This article appears in the current edition of Scottish Christian Broadcast magazine. It was an interesting ‘quinquennial’ visit from the Presbytery (for those not familiar with Presbyterian church procedure, quinquennials are five yearly visits from the local presbytery to see how the local church is getting on). Why don’t you have family services? Because … More Children, The Family and the Church

How Can we Believe in the God of the Old Testament? Apologetics 101 -No 5 – Answering Accusations about God

For many it is the most puzzling question and it is the easiest and second most common accusation made against Christianity – how can we believe in the God of the Old Testament.  I have wrestled with versions of this for years and my latest articles in the Apologetics 101 series is not on Christian … More How Can we Believe in the God of the Old Testament? Apologetics 101 -No 5 – Answering Accusations about God