Three Greek Lessons About God — Part Two: Delphi

After being inspired by the Assassin’s Creed Odyssey video game, guest writer Chris Flux visited Greece in October to check out some of the ancient sites in Athens, Corinth and Delphi. At each location Chris learnt more about history and the Christian faith. This three-part mini series is about how the three locations deepened Chris’

Three Greek Lessons About God — Part One: Athens

After being inspired by the Assassin’s Creed Odyssey video game, guest writer Chris Flux visited Greece in October to check out some of the ancient sites in Athens, Corinth and Delphi. At each location Chris learnt more about history and the Christian faith. This three-part mini series is about how the three locations deepened Chris’

Reply from BBC Audience Services re: Brandt Jean video ‘cut’

A couple of weeks ago I received a reply letter from BBC Audience Services regarding my complaint to them over how they ‘cut’ the Christian faith of Brandt Jean, the witness in a U.S. court who publicly forgave his brother’s murderer Amber Guyger. The way the BBC cut the video footage of Brandt Jean in

BBC appears to endorse forced closure of Reading Chick-fil-A by a mob

The BBC News website’s recent coverage of the enforced closure of the UK’s first Chick-fil-A restaurant in Reading can only be described as disgusting. Let me begin by making one thing clear. Personally I am not one for eating in MacDonald’s or KFC-type restaurants, and so an establishment like Chick-fil-A is not one that I

etimasthe 4-week break

etimasthe will now be taking a break for the next four weeks. We will next be publishing on our site around the 8th November. We would like to wish all the best to our readers! 9th October 2019     Note etimasthe.com is something I do outside of full-time employment. Consequently I generally only post

BBC makes second U-turn in a week over freedom of speech on campus

On 30 September the BBC spectacularly reversed its ruling over whether Naga Munchetty had broken its editorial guidelines in making comments about Donald Trump on BBC Breakfast. The BBC’s Director-General (one might say ‘Directionless-General’) Lord Hall personally stepped in to overturn the previous ruling. The whole episode proved an embarrassment for the BBC. Whatever the