Dr Clifford Hill Archives - HEART newspaper: Heart Publications
The exposure of the sinfulness in secular society is coming as a shock to secular humanists, but even Brexit’s instability boils down to our problems with human relationships
This is the time of year when family life takes centre …
The beautiful ‘people’s princess’ epitomised her nation’s orphan spirit
Diana’s death was a merciful release for an undeserving nation which worships at impromptu flowery altars because it has no hope of life in the hereafter
Near my home there is a bridge on a bend of the road where a young man lost his life in an accident. Friends and relatives decorated the bridge with bunches of flowers in plastic covers which have remained for more than a year.
Little shrines like this are now to be seen throughout the land in towns as well as the countryside in what appears to be a new form of religion as Christianity declines in Britain.
London’s burning tower is the starkest of warnings (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)
One church at least has seen good come out of horror
The horror of the Grenfell Tower fire has left a lasting memory in the minds of …
There is a curious similarity to all the political parties’ agendas for our children’s future
Readers of the online magazine Prophecy Today UK will know that I published a small comparative study of what was said on social issues in the Election Manifestos of the three main parties. They were remarkably similar on all of the following:
- Extending sex education to all children
- Promoting LGBT+ lifestyles
- Tackling hate crime
- Enforcing and strengthening equalities law
- Promoting humanist values worldwide
Here are a few quotes:
There is still time for parents and grandparents to contact MPs warning them that unless they act responsibly a timebomb of corruption will be exploding among our children
Older readers may remember the early 1980s when video cassettes came onto the market and rapidly became essential viewing in most households. Very soon the films available on cassette included scenes of violence and pornography.
A Bill was introduced into the House of Commons in 1983 to limit the films that could be seen by children, which began a controversy on whether children actually saw these films, and if so, were they harmed?