Presbyterians adhere to Biblical teaching.

May I take issue with, and correct, some of the statements of your Religion Correspondent (Saturday Review June 9)? “Presbyterian traditionalists appear long on preaching and short on love”. To identify those who hold Biblical truth as ‘traditionalists’ – is ironic given the fact that the Presbyterian Church holds to the ‘supreme authority of the Word of God’ as opposed

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Fragile foundations of Belfast Agreement undermined

The 1998 agreement has been implemented neither in spirit nor in practice. On a recent visit to New York, I fulfilled a long-held ambition to walk over the famous Brooklyn Bridge. The construction of this bridge was not without its difficulties, particularly from the corrupt Tammany Hall political machine. This, however, was not the only difficulty the builders faced. While they were

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The Heidelberg Disputation

The 26th April 2018 marks the 500th anniversary of ‘The Heidelberg Disputation’. As we marked ‘Luther 500’ last year it was disappointing that so little attention was given to this seminal event which reveals the depth of Luther’s spirituality. Carl Truman called it: “One of the theologically foundational events for later Lutheranism.” ADVERTISED: “Brother Martin Luther, Master of Sacred Theology,

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Cityside Reports Stir Memories

I read with some personal interest the article by Niall Deeney (12 March) “Londonderry’s ‘Protestant exodus’: when they burned the church hall, we knew we had to move.” I share the confusion expressed by Doris Carruthers concerning the report published by the Pat Finucane Centre, which claimed that intimidation against Protestants was not the “principal cause” of the ‘migration’. This

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