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Critique of the Church of England ‘at its best’

One may assume that the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh was the Church of England putting on its best display. The splendour and pageantry of the day, organised by the Duke while alive, easily eclipsed the offerings from the official ecclesiastics. Since I have often said that the national churches are failing the UK …

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Law is necessary but it needs reform

The 16th-century European Reformation of religion points to the need for a 21st-century global Reformation of the law and legal processes. Law is necessary but it needs reform. Secularism has allowed law to run out of control and Reformation is long overdue. Secularism is 500 years out of date, far behind the curve of Christian …

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The truth and “the whole truth”

Last week, the former First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond drew attention to "the whole truth" in the oath normally administered in sworn testimony. The Committee on the Scottish Government Handling of Harassment Complaints (Committee of Inquiry) had invited him to speak to the Inquiry as he had been the victim of a miscarriage of …

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False doctrine and the need to expose it

The concept of false doctrine has been lost in this age when everyone is allowed to have their own opinion as if each opinion is equally valid. This so-called liberal position is, however, simply a transitional phase during which our society moves into a new paradigm where secular opinion will impose its false doctrines upon …

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Infallibility back on the agenda

Three mistakes within five minutes on the BBC lunchtime news today. An EU spokesman excused the EU Commission's mistake in triggering Article 16 of the Northern Ireland Protocol last Friday by saying that "only the pope is infallible". This is the first mistake. He is not infallible. The BBC newsreader carried on the theme and …

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Exposure and censorship

Exposure is more effective than bombing. Today is the anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp by the Russian Red Army on 27 Jan 1945, which has given rise to the annual International Holocaust Memorial Day. It is worth noting that Heinrich Himmler ordered the SS to halt mass murders by gas in …

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The being and character of God

"I am that I am."The God of the Bible: Exodus 3:14 Secularism Secularists do not believe in God. Neither do Christians believe in the multitudes of false gods that are worshipped around the world. Such gods are an embarrassment to the pious as well as to the rational mind, but their existence is enough to …

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Learning basic apologetics

Apologetics is not apologizing but it is the technical term for defending Christianity against its detractors. It is similar to being ready to give a reason for your Christian hope 1Pe 3:17. The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead is the fundamental apologetical fact of the …

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