Professor June Andrews, a former Scottish government official thinks that a coronavirus pandemic would be 'quite useful' in killing off hospital bed blockers. Bed blockers being the elderly in our community. Telegraph journalist, Jeremey Warner, says that killing off the … [Read more...] about Bed Blockers
Who we Are Instead
The world loves to lay hold of the dictionary and determine the definitions. Politics, religion, faith, male, female, truth, lies.... and more. I prefer the old, unchanging definitions. I prefer reality.
We live in a culture that idolises sentimentality. We enthrone emotion as the standard by which we measure what is true, beautiful and good. In such a state, man filters his world according to how it makes him feel. A statement is judged offensive or acceptable according to his … [Read more...] about Our Sentimental Rags
I once heard the story of a mother who’d been lied to by her 6-year-old son. To make the point that lying is bad news and destroys the joy in relationships, the mum said, “OK, for the next whole week you won’t know whether I’m telling the truth or lying.” The next day, driving … [Read more...] about Honest Lips
One of the basic temptations people have when talking about cultural erosion is to think that we’re in a unique time in history and that no one has ever been in the soup we are now in. But our problem is really quite ancient. Our current rootless rebellion isn't edgy or new. … [Read more...] about Our Rootless Rebellion
"How long will you keep us in suspense? If you are the Christ, tell us plainly.” (John 10:1-24). Here, we have the universal excuse of all who are perishing: “Why wasn’t I told?” The question may be sincere, and most believers want to give a sincere answer, but there is a trap … [Read more...] about Sheep Spotting