“Bound & Free” – Reflecting on the Theological Task, based on the writings of Presbyterian Theologian, Douglas Hall.


From the starting point of his reformed Presbyterian background, the theologian Douglas John Hall begins the task of dissecting and critiquing the work of the theologian before identifying the difficulties, duties and responsibilities that the theologian has in conveying the message of the Gospel. He deals with this by highlighting the intricate relationships between Freedom, … More “Bound & Free” – Reflecting on the Theological Task, based on the writings of Presbyterian Theologian, Douglas Hall.

LENT 101


So it’s Lent. It often strikes me how many people in the Christian community know little of this most ancient and holy of christian    traditions. The Great Lenten retreat is a time of discipline, fasting and deep personal reflection and prayer. So I thought that in  the days and weeks ahead, I’d share some … More LENT 101

Religion & Relationship: True Christianity Part II


I was in Rome earlier this year. One morning, while meditating and reflecting inside the quiet yet reverent grandeur of St.Peter’s Basilica, I was reminded by a line I overheard constantly in my Pentecostal days and still to this day. “Jesus is my Saviour not my religion”. I proceeded to write about it. I wrote about … More Religion & Relationship: True Christianity Part II

On the Objectivity of Truth and the inherent Dangers of Moral & Religious Relativism.


Here’s an article I wrote some time ago for CDC’s official quarterly publication, which also featured in the Culture Vulture. I’ve just managed to move it on to here from my previous blog – happy reading folks 🙂  “A dictatorship of relativism is being built that recognizes nothing as definite, and which leaves as the … More On the Objectivity of Truth and the inherent Dangers of Moral & Religious Relativism.