Monthly Archives: July 2015

You are what you eat

It is a year since the event.  To be specific, it was in the early hours of the 26th July 2014 that my son Greg took his own life.  It was such a shock to all who knew him, that … Continue reading

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Christianity in public life

It is the morning of the 17th July, and John Humphrys is doing what John Humphrys does best, to the new leader of the LibDems, Tim Farron, on the Today Programme on BBC Radio 4.  Whatever concerns one might have about … Continue reading

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Finding Truth

A little while ago, I received a review copy of a new book by Nancy Pearcey, an academic and Christian thinker with a string of literary awards, and with a particular gift for extremely clear, economical writing.  It’s not a short … Continue reading

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Nihilism again

Back from the USA for only a couple of days, and we brace ourselves for yet another attempt to liberalise the regulations to legalise assisted suicide – which, in practice, would involve physicians in providing lethal drugs to those who wish … Continue reading

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