Monthly Archives: October 2010

I’m being persecuted!

Well, mildly mocked anyway. Someone over at the unbelief. org forum (it appears they have a passionate belief in not believing!?) has quoted some portions of my article on the Greens and accused me of drinking too much coffee(How did … Continue reading

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What not to do when you meet a demon

An interesting article can be found on the link below. And this time the devil really is in the details. Read here via Boo! Kinder, gentler demon possession now PC. Science on odd occasions catches up to the Bible and … Continue reading

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Amateur Christians

Some time ago Calvinist icon, John Piper, ignited an internet firestorm when he invited Rick Warren to be a keynote speaker at his “Desiring God’ conference. Well, the conference is over now and the Reverend Rick, true to form, presented … Continue reading

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There’s a snake amongst all that Green.

Eve found out that the pretty green of the tree hid a deadly deceit. Many today are supporting and voting for the Green party (even professing Christians!) without any idea of what it is they are actually throwing their support … Continue reading

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A Brief (and maybe controversial ) theology of Revival

Since the earliest days of my Christian walk, I have been inspired by the historical accounts of revivals. These outpourings of the Holy Spirit have challenged and ignited a passion in many believers (myself included) to see God do in … Continue reading

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To the Pilgrims of the Dispersion.

All across the globe, but especially in the west, long serving saints of the Most High God are finding themselves driven out of the assemblies they have attended for years, in some cases for decades. Many have testified with broken … Continue reading

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Free Speech, Conspiracy theories, Fundamentalists and the End Times.

I’ve noted several times in previous posts my belief that as we draw close to the end of the age, Biblically literate Christians (and those who are just paying attention) will be sidelined and discounted as conspiracy theorists and fundamentalists. … Continue reading

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