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December 31, 2020

I don’t think many of us will be sad to see the back of 2020. Many of us had high hopes for the year. My own review of 2019 and looking forward into 2020 looks a bit cute looking back on it as this turned out to be a really hard year. I did quote a Bible passage which has surely been highly relevant for many of us: Come now, you who say, “Today or tomorrow we will go into… Read more

December 28, 2020

At this time of year I like to share a list of my most-read articles.  I have also reviewed the year here: 2020 vision – the year in review Often there is a mix of old and new in the google analytics listings, but this year I thought I would share only the most popular articles that I actually wrote it 2020.  So with the most popular at the top, here they are: Christians must stop lying about COVID19 Jordan… Read more

December 19, 2020

Jesus taught us how to pray. It is vital his instructions about prayer are also seen in the context of his teaching concerning our relationship with Him. First we must learn how to become a Child of God before we can learn how to communicate with him every day. Whilst prayer can be of some use to someone who is not yet saved, simply praying in a ritualistic way will not help you be born again  Unless you see your prayer… Read more

December 9, 2020

In this time of lockdowns and social distancing it is too easy for us as Christians to become passive consumers of video content on Sundays, and to spend the rest of the week either holed up in our homes isolating, and working online if we can, or out doing vital work which must continue. But what of the work of the gospel? The motivation for mission is compassion.  Read more

October 27, 2020

I don’t tend to write much on here about my blood cancer journey since I now have a whole new website for that, Blood Cancer Uncensored. But a few days ago I passed a significant milestone: two years since starting chemotherapy. I am very grateful that the treatment was successful. It has not all been plain sailing from there, and I continue to face challenges with my immune system leading to infections, inflammation, and fatigue which only those who have experienced… Read more

October 26, 2020

  Today Logos Bible Software version 9 introduces support for dark mode which many people find less straining on the eyes. There is a major revamp also to the Passage Guide and Factbook as well as improvements to the in-built word processor. You can still use Logos with an external word processor too, which if you are like me you will likely continue to do. I have recorded a short video review and demonstrated some of the new features on… Read more

September 5, 2020

Challenging white Christian complacency about black suffering. Implicit racism is not a false trap and it can lead to repentance. God is on the side of the oppressed. Read more

August 30, 2020

 This second discussion with our friendly physicist atheist was still not a slugfest (you can also see part one). We both intended to show that we can disagree agreeably. By the end I felt that in Billy Whizz I had a new friend. We spoke about absolute truth, morality, faith, hope, and suffering. So covered loads of grounds. I feel I understood his perspective and I hope he understood mine. It is sad how rarely something like this happens, and… Read more

August 26, 2020

Jesus wants us to follow him, not Donald Trump. We are saved by faith alone, working itself out in our lives in obedience to Christ NOT by also being a Republican voter. Read more

August 23, 2020

Here are two videos which address the response to my recent article on why we must pursue truth in the COVID19 pandemic rather than spreading lies. I urged us to respect COVID19 science. The first video and podcast was me talking about this article and the fantastically encouraging response I have received. It seems that many people share my concerns about how some Christians have been sharing things that are simply not true about COVID19 conspiracy theories. One point of… Read more




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