Yearly Archives: 2016

The deceiver vs The debaucher

I feel sorry for the American electorate, I really do. I understand that there is no perfect candidate and that there are no politicians with an empty skeleton closet. Yet I cannot recall an election where the choice has been between two such incredibly divisive

Book Review: On Writing

On Writing: A Memoir Of The Craft by Stephen King My rating: 5 of 5 stars I have a very simple test for deciding whether a book about writing books is any good or not. It’s not a complicated test. Very simply during the reading

The Word for Word Bible Comic

Every now and then I get sent emails from people asking me to review their books or give space to their projects. It doesn’t happen all that often and mostly the projects aren’t a very good fit for this blog. But I have made one or

Book Review: Sacrifice

Sacrifice – Costly grace and glorious privilege by Simon Guillebaud My rating: 3 of 5 stars This short book is a simple call to give everything to follow Jesus because Jesus gave everything for you. It takes just one verse (Romans 12:1) and breaks it

How the BBC is normalizing transgenderism

I’ve written previously on the remarkable rise & progress of transgender rights. What took gays and lesbians decades to achieve is being won in years for trans folks. It’s clearly the next thing in the progressive agenda which is why I occasionally write about it. As

The Spirit bears witness

I’ve recently been reading the 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith and the first part deals with our understanding of the Holy Scriptures. It says, We may be moved and induced by the testimony of the church of God to an high and reverent esteem of the