Eating at Back in Time, Chelmsford

Eating at Back in Time, Chelmsford

Where does one go to celebrate the special birthday of a loved family member? Fortunately, this time, the decision was taken out of my hands when, a few days back, thirteen of us descended on Back in Time, in Chelmsford, a place hitherto I was not even aware of, although it is located just up the road to where I once worked.

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Puritans, Sin and Satan

Puritans, Sin and Satan

In my spiritually formative years, when I was a student at London University 1970-73, I recall a conversation with the very spiritually minded leader of the Christian Union. At the time, there were zealous students influenced by the emerging Charismatic movement as well as by the Puritans. My friend expressed the view that rather decide between one or the other, one could /should embrace both.

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Right now, what are my political perspectives and intentions?

Right now, what are my political perspectives and intentions?

I recently watched a 7-minute video: “Matt Le Tissier joins Nigel Farage for Talking Pints”, which packed a lot in and showed refreshing insights you won’t see in mainstream media from two heroes of mine. Both rightly question the official narrative and are unafraid to say so, resulting in considerable flak dished out by the “Unholy Trinity, who continue to dumb down the public.

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Amalekites, the Bible and God ordering their destruction

Amalekites, the Bible and God ordering their destruction

A challenge for any serious Bible student (which I encourage my readers to be) is NOT to cherry pick when studying the Bible and, even when not sufficiently understanding why, for example, God should order the killing of whole people groups (men, women and even children and animals) we mustn’t ignore or downplay difficult sections simply because they don’t tie in with our preconceptions or offend our sensibilities, making it seem God does not make sense.

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