Monthly Archives: September 2011

Carbon tithing

Emulation is the sincerest form of flattery. The green worshippers of Gaia are so impressed with the Catholic invention of a religious tax wrongly called tithing (to make it sound Biblical) that they decided they wanted one too. Green works … Continue reading

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Self-censoring saints

Censorship is the default position for every totalitarian. History – and current events –  illustrate the aversion that political and religious leaders have for free exchanges of information and ideas. Not content with legislating restrictions on speech, contemporary  governments seek to … Continue reading

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Archbishop Hepworth and the curse of religion

This story being played out under the jaundiced eye of an secularist media is tragic in so many ways. The Archbishop trained as a Catholic priest, joined an Anglican breakaway group and is now the worldwide leader of that group as … Continue reading

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Please don’t die without Jesus

Death is the ultimate wake-up call. Unfortunately, it’s a call that comes too late. All arguments are arrested, all surmising ceases, all excuses evaporate. There is no escape and no bargaining. Every hope and every desire and every thing in … Continue reading

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Secularists and religionists join forces against Christ

Two news stories in recent days caught my attention. The first reported that the Education Department (Australia) has decided in their new curriculum to remove the dating reference points BC (Before Christ) and AD (Anno Domini, ie in the year of our Lord) and … Continue reading

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Nations rise and fall at His command

Some, categorised by the broad term “Dominionists”, are involved in a futile attempt to make the Kingdom of God a political entity. Their goal is to make their nation (often the USA) a Theocracy with themselves conveniently ruling “for” God. Haven’t we … Continue reading

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Baptism… of Confusion?

Unfortunately (for us), Jesus Christ of Nazareth, has the inconvenient habit of often disagreeing with our well thought out theology. Baptism is just one example. But an important one. Huge numbers of those who profess to be His followers reject … Continue reading

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