A business is not a charity. A business is not subsidised by the taxpayer. A business deal is a free transaction between two freely consenting parties. The entrepreneur or trader or businessman has the freedom and the right to choose. Choice is, by definition, discriminatory. By making certain choices over and above other choices, traders discriminate against the choices they have not made. They have the right to discriminate. We call this capitalism. We call it the free market.Read more
This spiritual dynamic constitutes the underlying framework on the top of which was laid the intellectual debate. Where that perception is lost, the church ceases to be the Body of Christ and becomes a political institution. Perhaps it should be no great surprise that where the church has slipped into that mode, it is attracted by political language and concepts.Read more
1. The Church of England is at a crossroads in her calling to bring hope and transformation to our nation. The presenting issue is that of human sexuality, in particular whether or not the Church is able to affirm sexual relationships beyond opposite sex marriage.Read more
The Wikipedia definition of idiot is: "a person perceived to be lacking intelligence, or someone who acts in a self-defeating or significantly counterproductive way;" while the Dictionary.com definition of moron is: "a person who is notably stupid or lacking in good judgment." Each definition fits each candidate to a T. As Secretary of State, HRC has shown she lacks good judgment and The Donald repeatedly acts in a self-defeating and significantly counterproductive way.Read more
In those days I was a 38-year-old husband and father of two young sons with responsibility for my family and an island congregation. Assigned to the local Coast Guard Command as a reserve chaplain I was to report for duty the moment the storm ended. It was a busy time and often overwhelming.
But this time was different. I had the luxury to observe in a way I had been unable to do previously.Read more
1. The Anglican Church in North America is fully recognized and in communion with the largest ecclesial body of Anglicans within the Anglican CommunionRead more
Captain Wobbly believes he can plug the hole in the sinking Church of Titanic Anglicanism with facilitated conversations and good disagreement. Papa Pancho thinks he can fight Islamic terrorism by equating it to punch-ups in Italian pubs. Papa Pancho also believes he can kick-start a new age of global peace by inviting British-Muslim footballer Kashif Siddiqui to a Muslim versus Catholic "Peace Match" in St Peter's Square.Read more
Former Archbishop Desmond Tutu is misleading people on what God says on euthanasia and assisted suicide. Today, I challenged him to radio debate. Former archbishop Desmond Tutu muddles the issues on assisted suicide in letter to the Washington Post on 6 October 2016 https://goo.gl/rFA1VS, which was reported as front page headline on the Sunday Times 9 October. Here are five reasons Tutu is wrong and is misleading people on the Word of God and medicine.Read more
4. As we proclaim the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ to a broken and wounded world, we acknowledge our own failures and weaknesses in the light of God's word, the Bible. As God's love was declared to us, before we loved God, so we declare God's love to those who neither know him nor love him.Read more
As they continued in their conversations along the road, they came upon a most surprising sight. Heading towards them was an African archbishop, wearing his mitre that sat a tad squiff on his head and limping along as though injured. His progress was aided by three Americans from Manhattan.
When the two walking parties met, one of the Americans asked directions. 'We have lost our way,' he said.Read more
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