Before My Time

I was recently chatting to someone in my family about various things, and in the course of the conversation they mentioned a singer from the 1950's that they remembered their parents listening to. Now, I forget who the singer was, but when I said I hadn't heard of them, I got the reply, "Oh well... Continue Reading →

What is Prophecy?

Guest Post by Theologian Dr Rob Knowles in response to a question about prophecy, what it is and how it functions, and the roll of Scripture within it... 1. I have spent many years in the thinking of Anthony Thiselton, and so am very interested by his views, not least on prophecy (note the spelling... Continue Reading →

Thoughts and Wotnot #2

Not my own but very helpful and thought provoking…. See the end for credit(s)…. The palaeogenetic fallacy: the mistake of young people who assume that just because a grumpy old fart is sounding off again, what he says has got to be wrong.  Even a broken grandfather clock is right twice a day. Douglas Campbell’s The Deliverance... Continue Reading →

Ca: I Speak Jesus

We buried a friend today. She was a wonderful, beautiful woman of God and full of life before she was taken from this world into her promised rest. Her name is Caroline but we called her Ca, and she was our dear beloved friend. The song she loved in her last days and weeks was... Continue Reading →


After writing a post yesterday about a book I'm reading called 'Antichrist' - a friend asked me with deep concern if I was alright, given my reading material. I thought it was a fair enough question from a concerned friend, but it also showed a very big problem, namely, why is it assumed that someone... Continue Reading →


I have recently started reading a book by Eastern Orthodox writer G. M. Davis called 'Antichrist - The Fulfillment of Globalization'. It's a chunky thug at nearly 400 pages, and it's so insightful from what I've read so far that it forces me to put the book down for a while to ponder the ramifications... Continue Reading →

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