Author Archives: Peter Morrow

The Fall and Rise of Tim Farron

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“To be a political leader – especially of a progressive, liberal party in 2017 – and to live as a committed Christian, to hold faithfully to the Bible’s teaching, has felt impossible for me.” Tim Farron

On Wednesday 14th June, 2017, Tim Farron resigned as leader of the Liberal Democrats, citing the impossibility of living as a committed Christian, one holding faithfully to the Bible’s teaching.

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Should We Prepare for Persecution?

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Updated: 28.07.2016 (now with web links)

This reflection is both out of date and up to date at the same time – I apologise for the paradox!

Out of date because a number of the issues raised have been on my mind for some time, yet up to date due to the unfolding events in Russia.

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Unrestricted Abortion in the UK

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This article will be brief, and necessarily so.

There is, as ‘The Teacher’ says, a time to be silent. This is almost it.

Words in such circumstances, some of those outlined below, and especially some in the linked articles lose all meaning.

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Nihilism on the Cheap: Further Thoughts on Christian Atheism

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The New Religion Fails to Understand the Implications of its Own ‘gospel’. (And clings to meaning.)

The new religion speak a lot about unknowing; it speaks a lot about a lack of meaning; it speaks a lot about owning uncertainty and about accepting the death of our gods – but it clings to meaning.

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Why Christian Atheism Means Nothing

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In the previous article about Christian Atheism (here called ‘New Religion’) we tried to outline its curious practice of not only borrowing the language of the transcendent to establish meaning in a world where none exists, but also how it specifically draws on the language of Christianity in order to deny the existence of the Christian God.

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