Why lockdowns are immoral

Discussion about the rights and wrongs of lockdown usually focusses on whether they are effective, or how serious covid is, etc. Here I want to go back to the beginning and ask whether lockdowns are morally right. I give two reasons why I believe lockdowns are immoral and should never have been attempted. The article […]

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Sacred DnB Podcast #16: “Runaway”

After saying last time that I’d decided to do an occasional (not monthly) podcast… a month later, here’s another. It’s more of a mixed bag than the previous one, starts out with a mix of some more dark/minimal dnb, interspersed with some vocal tunes, then finishes with neuro. Embedding doesn’t seem to be working too […]

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Same site, different look

Hi folks, just to let you know that I’ve updated the appearance of this website. I was having difficulty finding a theme I like. WordPress is great, but one of the problems is it seems themes are getting more and more complicated. I wanted something which was just simple and straightforward! So, for the first […]

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Why did we lock down?

In March 2020 the UK ditched its pandemic preparedness strategy and switched to lockdowns. Why? I suggest that, although there are many reasons, the roots go to a problem which has been around for a long time. If you’d like to read the 2011 Influenza Pandemic Preparedness Strategy, you can see it here. Dominion by […]

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A few thoughts about safeguarding

A couple of days ago, the organisation ThirtyOne:Eight released their review into what happened at Emmanuel Church Wimbledon and Jonathan Fletcher (see the report from the Independent Advisory Group for a shorter summary). This follows hard on the heels of the full report about Ravi Zacharias which was only released just over a month ago. […]

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Making Sense of 2020

I’ve been blogging here for a long time – nearly 20 years, in fact! Over the last few years, as the world has changed, I’ve started to post up more about working out what’s going on in the world. Especially from a Christian perspective (as you’d expect). 2020 has been a crazy kind of a […]

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