Discussing the Reformation – on Janet Parshall

  This is something I recorded three weeks ago before going to Wittenberg and then into hospital.  It was appropriate that Janet and I discussed the Reformation. You can access the show by clicking https://www.moodyradio.org/radioplayer.aspx?episode=175909&hour=1 These articles are also pertinent. Reformation 500: With the ‘fundamentalism, terror and religious violence’ should we really celebrate? Remembering the … More Discussing the Reformation – on Janet Parshall

Reformation 500: With the ‘fundamentalism, terror and religious violence’ should we really celebrate?

Continuing the Reformation theme – my latest article in Christian Today   (please click the link for the original) – asks whether we should celebrate the 500th anniversary…I will also be on the Janet Parshall tomorrow looking at the same question from an American perspective….In this article look particularly at the BBC documentary which sought to … More Reformation 500: With the ‘fundamentalism, terror and religious violence’ should we really celebrate?

The Blind See, The Lords People are Fed, the King Returns – Sermons and Praise from St Peters from 24th Sept

The Bible is a rich feast for the Lord’s people – but normally Christians don’t eat alone – we eat together with a meal prepared by a trained chef – at least that is one way to look at preaching.  Last Sunday we feasted in God’s house.  Sinclair’s exposition of the story of the healing … More The Blind See, The Lords People are Fed, the King Returns – Sermons and Praise from St Peters from 24th Sept

Popery, Psalms and Protestant Pharisees

“Q: Why doesn’t @theweeflea, director of Solas, have a single #Reformation tweet on or around #ReformationDay?” This is the tweet that broke the camels back! Every couple of months an American fundamentalist called Chuck O’Neal, tweets a message which is then retweeted to me several times by his followers, identifying me as a friend of … More Popery, Psalms and Protestant Pharisees