methinks he doth protest too much

Bishop McIntyre in his response to my questions today I have not read your website and do not intend to. Bishop McIntyre in his ABC Gippsland interview (14:33) over a week ago …and of course you can’t do anything about the international blogs out there who just get the wrong side of the story and decide they’re going […]

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More Irony in the Trial of Jesus

The chief priests and elders are determined to convict Jesus of blasphemy for claiming to be the Christ. They muster numerous false witnesses to their cause, but all are unnecessary – they simply needed to accept the evidence already in front of them; Jesus Himself, His words and His actions.

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Irony upon Irony in the Trial of Jesus

Tomorrow morning I preach on the trial of Jesus in Matthew's gospel. The event is, of course, laden with irony. Here's one that I can't see in any commentary but seems quite striking. Pilate was renowned for being corrupt and having the innocent put to death. But when Jesus stands before him he is both […]

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A Couple of Mentions

Picked up a couple of mentions in the blogosphere this week. One good, one not. First the good. Dr. James White of Alpha and Omega Ministries in a series of video interviews with the Midwest Centre for Theological Studies speaks about where he'll be in October this year. Interview 7 | White and Barcellos from MCTS […]

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Church Times 100 Years Ago - How Things Change

In what must have seemed a moment of deep irony for whoever had to edit it, the Church Times “100 Years Ago” column this week is a real cracker! HAVING done our best to bury that version of the English Bible known, for some occult reason, as the “Authorized”, we are now in­vited to whiten […]

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