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‘Five massive lies the Bible tells about Jesus’ – A Response

As a former Atheist who has been a Christian in the UK for the last ten years I’ve grown accustomed to criticism of Jesus in the media, especially over the Easter period. Just in time for Holy week Rob Waugh wrote an article last week titled ‘Five massive lies the Bible tells about Jesus’. In … Continue reading

3 things that keep men out of the Church

I recently wrote an article for Premier Christianity which you can read at the following link http://www.premierchristianity.com/Blog/3-things-that-keep-men-out-of-the-Church Feel free to share it, argue with me, or agree with me, and leave a comment. Cheers

A New Atheist Meme Explained: Women, Bibles, Guns, the Qur’an, and… a White Man

I help run and admin a great group of Christians at UK Apologetics on Facebook, occasionally members post some of the memes their enlightened Atheist friends share with them. Most of them are not very good, so after seeing a few over the last couple of days I thought I would examine some of them … Continue reading

London ‘Christian Thinkers’

Since becoming a Christian some ten years ago now I’ve noticed that there appears at least to me a distinct lack of intellectual dialogue in the Christian community. I am not saying that Christian Churches are full of people who are stupid. What I am saying is that the Church is very often full of … Continue reading

A Christian Response to Stephen Fry on God and Suffering

I had originally wanted to take some time looking into the claims made my Stephen Fry in his recent interview on the meaning of life made famous in a shorter viral video. In it he describes what he would say to God and most of it pertains to the presence of suffering in the world … Continue reading

The (shortish) Story of a Failed Atheist

Within the next few months I would have been a Christian for ten years and that seems like a long time. Not only did my life go in the direction I had never expected but I’m also the sort of person I never expected I’d be. Over the last ten years I’ve often been asked … Continue reading