July 11, 2019

The Eschatology of the Psalter

Rev E Trevor Kirkland Psalm singing for Christians, a gospel ordinance, a gospel duty, and a gospel delight. In the Anglican Book of Common Prayer (BCP) there is a fascinating fact.  Firstly, there is a reading schedule to cover the […]
December 12, 2017

Symptoms of Medieval Darkness Returning

Christmas is supposed to be a happy time of year. Yet for many people it is not. They may even dread it: “I will be glad when it is all over.” The problem of loneliness is highlighted every December. It […]
December 22, 2016

Where is the Holy Bride Today?

It came as a bit of a shock, although not a great surprise, to hear a leading Reformed minister say recently that he did not have a proper doctrine of the church for most of his ministry. We have witnessed […]
August 13, 2016

Renewing the Centre of Christianity

Church activity is spread over an ever-widening field today. We have national churches of a mixed nature, traditional churches, charismatic groups, house churches and fellowships. Happenings in churches that get into the news are mainly about decline in membership, abandoning […]
November 13, 2014

Wanted: Men with Vision, Conviction and Faithfulness

We seem to be in a stalemate in church and state today. Problems are multiplying. The situation becomes more confusing year by year and we are in danger of losing heart: people are at a loss what to do. There […]