Famous And The Infamous

Famous And The Infamous

Abraham Lincoln: Part 1: “Crimes And Conspiracies”

“My concern is not whether God is on our side but my greatest concern is to be on God’s side.” A safe answer, it seems. One hundred and fifty-two years ago on Good Friday, April 14th 1865, Mrs Mary Todd Lincoln (by the way she …READ MORE

Abraham Lincoln: Part 2: “High Drama At The Ford Theatre”

As the wounded and now-expiring president lay awkwardly on the carpet of the crowded box, there was an air of pain and panic from those standing helplessly around him, most of them uncertain and unprepared as to what is happening. However, outside the theatre John …READ MORE

Abraham Lincoln: Part 3: “The Ghost Train”

As the slain president’s “creepy” corpse on display embarked on that sombre and single hometown journey to Springfield, the war-weary nation mourned and waited. Apparently, the corpse travelled on a newly constructed presidential steam engine to be known as the “Dean Richmond”. It also boasted …READ MORE

Abraham Lincoln: Part 4: “Arrests And Trial Of The Co-Conspirators”

Edwin Stanton’s “show trial” was to be performed behind military walls (naturally), and with a supporting cast headed by nine distinguished decorated generals, no less. Amazingly, only one apparently had qualified as a lawyer, that being Lew Wallace of “Ben Hur” fame. In the meantime, …READ MORE

Abraham Lincoln: Part 5: “The Verdict And The Aftermath”

At 11.00 am on July 6th 1865, the fate of the eight accused co-conspirators were brought by a horseback rider to the old arsenal prison in four sealed envelopes from Edwin Stanton’s war department. It was not encouraging news for the frightened and waiting accused: …READ MORE

Billy Graham: “The Vatican’s Right Hand Man”

(A review of his autobiography, “Just As I Am”) Today saw the death of Billy Graham, America’s most famous or infamous preacher, aged 99. Before his death, he endorsed Donald Trump for the presidency. Before this, he endorsed the Mormon, Mitt Romney. “We were given a …READ MORE

Bishop James Pike: “The Blasphemous Bishop From Near Berkeley”

“Pike proudly displays the broken blasphemous sign, the so-called “peace symbol” on his pectoral cross” Forty-six years ago this month, on September 9th, 1969, the controversial American Episcopal bishop, James Pike, journeyed into the remote desert in Israel, accompanied by his third wife; he was …READ MORE

Charles John Cobb: “A First World War Christian Conscientious Objector”

The following is a tragic account of the last few weeks on the release of Charles John Cobb. This is from The Tribunal, dated March 27th 1919. Charles John Cobb of Croydon, who was arrested on August 31, 1915, and served five terms of imprisonment …READ MORE

Dan Barker: “A Fundamentalist Atheist”

On a recent US radio phone-in programme, Dan Barker was once again allowed to propagate his fundamental and biased philosophy against the nature and attributes of Almighty God. Mr Barker, according to his own testimony, was a devout Christian for some 19 years in a charismatic …READ MORE

Darwinist Germany: “When Man Forsakes God!”

Introduction We took the following photographs, during our visit to Germany, to demonstrate the terrors and unspeakable evils that occur, when man (whether Nazi or Communist) departs from a Biblical faith in God and treats their fellow man like nothing more than a ‘glorified animal,’ a …READ MORE

David Brainerd: “A Review of His Life And Diary”

(1718-1747) David Brainerd was a Puritan of Puritans. Schooled in Calvinist theology, every word thought and deed was all for the glory and majesty of God. Brainerd was a missionary sent to the Red Indians (Native Americans) in Pennsylvania, USA during the 18th century. His following …READ MORE

Dietrich Bonhoeffer: “Who Am I?”

(Bonhoeffer stands in the courtyard of the military interrogation prison at Tegel, 1944) Throughout the world, Dietrich Bonhoeffer is celebrated as a German martyr (a victim of the Second World War.) That he opposed the pagan rule of Nazism and collaborated with others in …READ MORE

Freud, Marx, And Darwin: “The Devil’s Dangerous Deceivers”

So much of the moral mess proposed and promoted by the three men above is still widely scattered around us in the 21st century and still permeating the halls of debate and “revolutionary ideas” in assorted academic, media, medical, and political circles. Unfortunately, the same …READ MORE

General William Booth: “Always A Symbolic Army Man”

Any appraisal of the lasting Booth legacy must include his private “army” and the role of his wife. In fact, I suggest that the two were interchangeable because one could not have survived without the other’s existence or dedication. In some ways, Booth was just …READ MORE

George Best: “Don’t Die Like Me”

(Before the bottle) I suppose the footballer most admired and talked about over the last forty years or so must be the Belfast born winger, George Best. I must admit to never seeing him play on the pitch, but like many others, I read about …READ MORE

King James VI of Scotland and King James I of England: “The World, the Flesh and the Devil”

Prologue Anyone or anything even remotely connected to God, the Bible and Jesus Christ will almost certainly be attacked, smeared and undermined. King James I was certainly no exception! Unfounded insinuations ranging from James’s freemasonry to homosexuality will naturally be examined throughout this article. During …READ MORE

Martin Luther Speaks Out

(1483-1546) Ten things Martin Luther wanted to say: On the Papacy: “Dost thou hear this, O Pope! Not the most holy, but the most sinful! Would that God would hurl thy chair headlong from heaven and cast it down into the abyss of hell! Who …READ MORE

Oliver Cromwell: “Britain’s Chief Defender” 

(Unusual bust of Oliver Cromwell, Huntingdon museum) (James’s powerful documentary on the life and death of Cromwell) Prologue As I sit down to draft and prepare my first full-length article in a decade, Britain has today triggered article 50, which officially means she will be …READ MORE

Princess ‘Madeline’ Noor: “The Spy Princess Remembered”

I first came across the courageous story of Princess Noor when I stumbled across the book The Spy Princess, by Mrs Shrabni Basu, so much so that after reading it I was moved to compose a short selection of music, illustrating her short life. Today …READ MORE

Serial Killers Repent And Get Saved

Former Pol Pot high executioner Kaing (Duch) Eav was sentenced to 39 years in jail for committing thousands of murders and rapes against his fellow countrymen and women. But it seems the 69-year-old now turned born-again Christian, requested to be “stoned to death” for his numerous crimes. …READ MORE

Who Is David Icke?

When David Icke first came to my attention nearly 20 years ago, I did wonder whether or not he was just another ex-football player turned TV commentator, trying to re-launch himself with a new career, or whether he was someone different, attempting to get an …READ MORE

Zhou Enlai: “Secret Protector of the Chinese Underground Church”

A dear friend of our ministry who lives in the Far East visited their Christian Chinese doctor today (an unrelated health issue) only to be told quite rightly, “GOD is angry. China is the country which has so many wicked things going on there. People …READ MORE