Monthly Archives: March 2012

I Am The Bread Of Life

Thinking back to the previous post of the confusion over the identity of Jesus today, what to make of Jesus was the dilemma that the chosen people of Israel had when Jesus lived with them 2000 years ago. Both Matthew and … Continue reading

Posted in Christ's Sacrifice, Easter, Incarnation, Jesus, The Gospel

Christianity Of The ‘Filleted’ Kind

The journalist, Matthew Parris, wrote an insightful article on religion v secularism in a recent Spectator column.  It was titled: “Beware – I would say to believers – the patronage of unbelievers” Says Parris of the patronage of unbelievers, “They … Continue reading

Posted in Bible, The Gospel

When Grace Wore A Badge

It has been said about us drivers that the last thing to be converted is our ‘right foot’. How do we react when we are caught speeding? What are our instinctive reactions to the distinctive markings of the vehicle we … Continue reading

Posted in Law of God, Saved By Grace, Uncategorized

Anglicans And The Second Coming Of Jesus Part IV

“But isn’t it in Thessalonians and in Revelation replied the presenter,” Nicky Campbell. “But we don’t read the Bible that way anymore,” protested Bishop Lowe. “We read the Bible with a more modern interpretation.” “But,” insisted Nicky Campbell, “it is … Continue reading

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