After spending time with some witches, Rev Peter Laws believes the Church has been guilty of misunderstanding what they believe and practise
'Thirty ministers in training are sitting in a lecture room at Spurgeon’s Bible college. I’m one of them. The air is fizzing with tension. People stare in shock at the speaker; a . . .
Yesterday saw Boris Johnson speaking at a Leave campaign event in Manchester. As always, he was ready with the memorable phrase, comparing the Remain Campaign to the notorious remarks of jeweller Gerald Ratner, which wiped half a billion from the value of his company. Like Ratner (says Boris) the Remain Campaign has a . . .
Somewhat blames God. Puts our weaknesses and failure as some 'thing' rooted inside, rather than our wholly free response, to our in and, out – side. Sure, there's capacity issues every which way. But by necessity given us? No, no, no. We aren't made to mess up.
Some have sought to make . . .
Talk about revelation of the method. Surely the heat’s being turned up with this US insider, steal and chose the Prez. Yes, always did ( – since when?) But Trump and Sanders has forced the hand out. So is this, that more brazen, and are we here finally(?) witnessing the embrace, the admittance: . . .
Reaction a mirror. UK's PM lied about? What? Nothing – compared to the wicked web he springs about on. Pretending. DC loves this fuss. It's like someone caught for a misdemeanour, knowing bodies buried and yet, not too many, are close to finding. Or, too many, screaming about. Or caring?
How he laughs. They planned . . .