For a while there has been a tendency amongst some to accuse those of us who understand that the Bible affirms complementarianism and also the Eternal (Functional) Subordination of the Son of being little better than Arians. The claim is that If in the Trinity all have the same authority, “none are before or after,” all are […]
For longer than I think I can remember davidould.net has had the sub-title “non angelus, sed anglus“. Let me tell you a story and explain why… Augustine, a Roman Abbot, was sent at the head of a group of 40 monks by Pope Gregory the Great to bring the Bible to England in what is […]
If you’re reading this then you’ll have noticed (unless you’re on the RSS feed, in which case come and have a look) that the website has a brand new look. After a lot of thinking about it I’ve done a complete overhaul. Not only is the design new but I’ve switched my Content Management System. […]
Quick but important question. If here in Australia homosexual couples were allowed to be “married” rather than have a civil partnership, what additional rights would they receive that are not already conferred on them by that civil partnership? I ask since the question is repeatedly framed around the term “rights” but for the life of […]
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As if. But the whole thing fascinates me. My conservative friends in the States are daily bemoaning the lack of a real choice – a fiscal and social conservative who isn’t a loon or a serial adulterer. Romney – a centrist moderate if ever there was one. The Republican hierarchy might like him but the footsoldiers aren’t […]
I’m not sure I’d tick every single box that Piper has here but there’s no doubting the force of what he says. Well said, Piper.
A few weeks ago I got berated for writing this in a letter to the smh: But what is that ”something else”? How is it to be defined? Why should, as one example, polygamists be excluded from this new arrangement, or even polyamorists? Not to mention other unions which are now at the fringes of […]