No ordinary man, at such a time, was fitted anew to raise the standard of God’s truth, and rally the prostrate forces of the kingdom. One was needed, who should be capable of living alike in the past and the future, and who could see, as with open eye, and grasp, as with giant’s hand, the hidden realities of faith

The Euro Referendum: The Reformed Protestant Perspective

This Sunday I will preaching on our response to the biggest decision  to face the UK in a generation.  Watch out for the audio which will be shared later.   SPECIAL SUBJECT FOR THIS SUNDAY MORNING How should we vote in the Euro Referendum? Should we be driven by financial arguments or by immigration fears?Continue reading “The Euro Referendum: The Reformed Protestant Perspective”