Sin moves the responsibility of evil away from us to the devil, thereby making it a spiritual problem, as such, the anecdote becomes prayers. However, the term injustice makes the case for a moral and ethical problem, leaving us with opportunities for reflection, with a view to change our perspective (repent if you like), thereby … Continue reading The Problem of Evil: Sin or Injustice?
In light of a huge bill from Europe, public anger with immigration, the rise of UKIP, anti immigration posturing by both mainstream political parties. In light of mounting pressure for tighter boarder controls in America, this time from fear of Isis, and recently Ebola. In light of Isis’ campaign for a Caliphate, boarders shifting in … Continue reading This Sunday at Healingsprings fellowship, Christianity and Social Justice: Who Then Is My Neighbour?