A Matter of Simple Justice

Given the present world-wide media focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, it seems odd to me that so little background analysis to these events is being offered. It does, however, explain the almost instantaneous widespread condemnation of Israel – we’re simply making our judgments before we’ve heard all the evidence..

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Ridding Ourselves of Squid Ink

For me, one of the most surprising, and truly enlightened, factors in the Age of Enlightenment in 17th and 18th Century England was the role of cafés, or as they were known then, coffeehouses... these first cafés fostered theological and philosophical debate and, historians tell us, significantly contributed to the development of Britain’s financial markets, newspapers, literature, arts, and political parties.

For the admission price of a penny, people could enjoy a cup of the newly discovered beverage, or tea or hot chocolate, as well as to learn and discuss the news and issues of the day. The first English coffeehouses, in the university city of Oxford, were patronised by eminent scholars and became known as “penny universities”...

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This book, subtitled 'THE TWO WITNESSES & DAVID'S LEGACY' is Book Four in the Revelation Series, and explains Rev 11:1-13. For those wondering how the Law of Moses is relevant today or why Jerusalem is the most fought-over city on the earth...

“Well done good and faithful servant…”

HARRIET TUBMAN sacrificed her own safety to lead over 800 slaves northward to freedom through a network of safe houses called "The underground railroad". She worked for the Union Army, first as a cook and nurse, and then as an armed scout and spy. Tubman lead an armed expedition in the war. She was also active in the women's suffrage movement. This was one amazing and brave woman.

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Eating Sacred Cows is Graeme’s most controversial book. This expanded and revised edition is essential reading for Christians about tithing today. Find out more and buy a copy today.


Revelation was readily understood by 1st Century Jewish believers and Gentiles taught by Jewish believers. It can therefore be understood by us today if we learn what they would have known from their knowledge of the Old Testament.



  • Eating Sacred Cows
  • Because of the Angels
  • The Red Heifer's Ashes
  • Dancing in the Dragon's Jaws
  • Slouching Towards Bethlehem
  • Gotta Serve Somebody
  • O Jerusalem, Jerusalem…