OT rhetoric in Christendom

17th September 2010 An article written by Robert Koehler on AntiWar.com’s website also touches on the very real problem concerning the extremely worrying rhetoric of US military leaders claiming to be Christian Warriors. The language they use is not dissimilar

Pope and Circumstance

17th September 2010 Bringing another take on Hitler. The regime that the German public supported in the 1930’s raised their hopes and aspirations for their place in a new prosperous and powerful nation. The social contract between citizen and State

A Mighty Fortress is our God

7th September 2010 The ambiguity behind Christian reference to Psalms in the Old Testament is the difference in meaning between what the Psalmist was referring to when he spoke of God being a ‘mighty fortress’ and what the present day

It’s no different than Abraham and his son

USA TODAY by Larry Copeland, 8th Sept 2010 GAINESVILLE, Fla. — An associate pastor of the Dove World Outreach Center, which is moving ahead with plans to burn copies of the Muslim holy book on Saturday, said he doubts assertions

Bridging the gap between Liberals and the Right under the dark paradigm ‘Jesus is the Bible’.

6th September NewObserver.com Article by Yonat Shimron – Staff Writer Imagine Pat Robertson, champion of the Christian right, and retired Episcopal Bishop John Shelby Spong, bad boy of the Christian left, coming together for a hug. That unlikely scenario is

Thank God for victory!

The following selection from Winston Churchill’s speech given to the House of Commons on the 8th May 1945 was not included in the BBC broadcast. Giving glory to God for the defeat of another nation perhaps would not have been

Unbelievable foreign policy

With ex prime minster Tony Blair revealing he cried for the suffering of soldiers and citizens in Iraq and US ‘Defence’ Secretary Robert Gates speaking of a strategic military breakthrough in Afghanistan to get the alliance out of an embarrassing

An old Christianity that is not Christ

Christians need to become aware of the ways in which the authority of the Bible over the centuries has influenced the expansion of diverse cultic quasi religious organisations, connected intimately with mainstream Christianity, that are obsessed with the lust of