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Last week, in Westminster, the opposition parties took the Prime Minister to task for using the word ‘surrender’ to refer to legislation which Parliament had passed over his objection. They said it was irresponsible and could result in violence.
Two thousand years ago, the Lord Jesus Christ asked a question. Few were prepared to answer it then, and few want to answer it today — but still, it echoes down the ages, slicing through human hypocrisy today, just as … Continue reading
Religious ceremonies never solved anyone’s sin problem. They are like putting a sticking plaster on a broken leg. Continue reading
If Christianity itself is fake, why pretend? If it is real, there is nothing more ridiculous than pretending to be a Christian. Continue reading
They brought, to the only begotten Son of the true God, a coin honouring an adopted step-son of a false god, and wanted His permission to hoard it. Continue reading
The tragedy is that all his life he has believed and taught something that never provided true forgiveness of sins, and no one around him will tell him it can’t help him now. Continue reading