The Twelfth (also called the Glorious Twelfth or Orangemen’s Day) was first held in Ulster in the late 18th century. It celebrates the Glorious Revolution of 1688 and the victory of Protestant King William of Orange over Catholic King James II at the Battle of the Boyne in 1690. On and around the Twelfth, large… More The Reason Why We Celebrate The 12th & 13th
The subject of COVID-19 needs no introduction. Terms such as ‘Pandemic’, ‘Social Distancing’, ‘R-number’, ‘Epidemiology’, ‘Shielding’, ‘Lockdown’ and so on, have all become part of our common vocabulary. Many aspects of our way of life have been altered and restricted, and we have been encouraged to embrace the so called ‘New Normal’. We have been… More COVID-19 In Light Of The Bible
The Christian world has changed. Much that once was, has been lost. It began with the forging of a new Greek text, and new bibles were made. Into them Satan poured his corruption, deception, and his will to dominate all the Christian world. One by one, many Protestant leaders and organisations fell to the power… More Why the King James Bible?
“It seems so irrelevant to go and ask people, ‘What is Postmodernism?’, and it is a weird conversation starter that’s for certain. But, it’s a question that I know the significance of, because as I started to explore it, my life was changed by exploring the question…” Kent Williamson “People say that today is a… More Right & Wrong