Tuesday, 29 May 2018

Death wish

In Ireland we have seen the referendum result greeted with carnival-like glee. Just remember they are celebrating the legal right they now have to kill the most innocent and defenceless of the human race.

Tuesday, 22 May 2018

A person's a person, no matter how small.

There is a referendum this Friday in the Republic of Ireland on the issue of abortion. We could all learn an important lesson from Dr Suess.

How many Jehovahs?

This is the next instalment on the conversation I had with the Jehovah's Witnesses recently.

Thursday, 3 May 2018

The royal we, or the royal three?

I have recently had a few discussions with "Jehovah's Witnesses". Over the next wee while I will report on how these conversations went.

Wednesday, 14 March 2018

"That's just...my interpretation!"

I had a great chat yesterday with a man who was very friendly and willing to talk about the gospel and the evidence for it.

Monday, 5 February 2018

Good news about the bad news

The gospel doesn't cater to our feel-good factor, massage our ego or cater to our pride. It tells us we are guilty, hell-deserving and helpless to do anything about it. This is one reason why the message of the gospel is hated and rejected by so many. But this teaching about our sinfulness is actually good news. Here's why:

Saturday, 16 December 2017

The Perfect Gift

This is the text of a Christmas leaflet I was asked to write:

Thursday, 30 November 2017

The Trinity and the reality of love

I was speaking to a ‘Jehovah’s Witness’ and he told me that from eternity past God had been entirely on His own and was completely happy and content. Now, please think carefully about this. 

Wednesday, 1 November 2017

Stand to Reason on hell

Hell is a subject I have done a lot of thinking about and writing on. This article from Stand to Reason masterfully and succinctly deals with the attempts of annihilationists to put out the flames of what the Lord Jesus called eternal fire. Please have a read.

Wednesday, 18 October 2017

Why does God need a sacrifice?

Richard Dawkins has asked the question, “If God wanted to forgive our sins, why not just forgive them without having Himself tortured and executed in payment...?” Now Richard Dawkins was voted one of the top three intellectuals in the world, and although I am not one of the other two I think the answer is fairly simple and can be stated in three words, “God is righteous.”