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Author Archives: Peter Morrow
My Kingdom is not of this World, said Jesus.
And when He spoke those words, His nation, Israel, was occupied by Rome, and ruled by a hedonistic ‘king’, both of which oppressed and abused the people.
Jesus’s kind of thinking has led some to believe that Christianity is of no earthly use; has nothing to say about the present; and tends towards the impractical.… Read more
This, has caused something of a spat on Twitter.
Sadiq Khan is the current mayor of London, member of the British Labour Party and one of the world’s 500 most influential Muslims.
For some, Mr. Khan’s Easter greetings, or, more precisely, his greetings to those who celebrate Easter, are an indication that he is treating London’s Christians as “outsiders”, and for others his message is a slight on Christian Britain.… Read more
A few years ago, in a conversation with a self-professed ‘christian-atheist’, we discussed the topic of Christianity and culture, and especially the positive contribution that Christianity had made to Western civilisation. Christianity, he said, had been a good thing for the West, and perhaps the world, but not because it was true, rather, because it had contributed to our sense of ourselves.
Here was a strong human narrative, and a way of thinking which had produced wonderful art, music and architecture.… Read more
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