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Dry Bones Fellowship

Do you live in the North East of England?  Is Gateshead within driving distance?  If so, consider joining with us to pray, study, reflect and think BIBLICALLY about the days we’re living through.  We are a small but passionate group of Bible students who are anxious to comprehend what God is doing in the UK […]

Ten Plagues Besetting the Evangelical Church Today

As I write it is the day before the 2019 General Election in the UK.  I have undertaken to help out the local Brexit Party.  Not that I am at all persuaded that Nigel Farage has it all right!  Far from it.  But he does seem to represent a significant step in the right direction.  […]

A Catechism for Children – PPT

A Musical Catechism PowerPoint It’s big so it might take a moment to download! A few summers ago I crafted a Musical Catechism for Children.  I’ve had no reaction nor response.  But there is an urgent need for children to learn a ‘reformed’ catechism in order for them to comprehend the general outline of covenant […]

Tough Questions for Evangelicals – the Answers!

For those who were bold enough to read my recent post concerning ‘Tough Questions for Evangelicals’, I offer here my own quickly drafted answers to the same questions.  I’m of course keen to hear from anyone who thinks my answers are naive or simplistic.  I don’t wish to arouse any unnecessary alarm nor disquiet, but […]

Summertime Musings

As for My people, children are their oppressors, and women rule over them. O My people! Those who lead you cause you to err, and destroy the way of your paths.” [Isaiah 3:12] “But everyone who hears these sayings of Mine, and does not do them, will be like a foolish man who built his […]

Calvin’s Geneva

Many contemporary Christians claim to be followers of John Calvin.  These two lectures by Nick Needham demonstrate that Calvin identified strongly as a Christian Reconstructionist notwithstanding a number of odd quotes possibly drawn out of context.  The notion that Calvin and the Reformers were concerned exclusively with the reformation of the Church is […]

A Short Commentary on the Book of Revelation

I’ve penned this document intermittently over the past couple of years. Revelation Scribblings It is by no means an attempt at an authoritative interpretation; rather it represents the fruit of my own thinking & reflections at this stage in my life & the history of redemption.  I am a committed ‘Postmillenialist.’  Doug Wilson has just […]

Marriage under Fire

I was prompted to write this piece about the status of marriage and why it is under attack today after reading various comments from senior figures in Christian lobbying groups.  These were the questions they raised in my mind for which I sought rigorous Biblical answers: Is marriage a Christian ordinance? What is the State […]

Tough Questions for Evangelicals

“Brace yourself like a man; I will question you, and you shall answer me. “Would you discredit my justice? Would you condemn me to justify yourself?  [Job 40:7&8] I read a number of years ago that it was John Wesley’s frequent practice to visit a new town and publish the Ten Commandments.  Whether he did this […]

A Plea for Authentic Christianity

This is the first of two pieces I have written recommending Christian Reconstruction as the authentic heir of Christendom.  I am aware of some of the in-house debates prevailing within the movement and reckon that some, perhaps not all, represent honourable contests for biblical Truth.  However, those skirmishes ought not to deter genuine Christian pilgrims […]