Articles of Interest
This year marks the centenary of the creation of Northern Ireland, a hugely important anniversary which will be marked in many ways. To say that Irish history is complex would be something of an understatement, [...]
THE MARY OF SCRIPTURE AND THE MARY OF ROMANISM Many years ago, when I was in the civil service, a discussion about the Virgin Mary took place during my absence, and several Protestants told a [...]
Augustine, Ambrose, and Jerome held nothing at all of purgatory. Gregory, being in the night time deceived by a vision, taught something of purgatory, whereas God openly commanded that we should search out and inquire [...]
Recently, I gave some talks to my Sunday School about the life of William Tyndale and I thought I should share something of that amazing story here in the Ulster Bulwark - Editor. If you [...]
This above heading was the title of a panel discussion in the Bannside Library in east Belfast on the morning of Saturday 20 October 2018 to mark the 30th anniversary of Ian Paisley’s historic protest [...]
As a result of extensive media interest in Rev Peter McIntyre’s article on the Protestant at the Mass (Ulster Bulwark April-June 2018), he had opportunities to engage in public correspondence in the “Irish News”. Criticism [...]
Michael Curry, Primate of the Episcopal Church of America, emerged from obscurity to steal the headlines at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on 19 May. He was the guest preacher, and it’s [...]
William, Prince of Orange was born on 4 November 1650 at the Binnenhof, The Hague, in the Netherlands. On 21 January 1651 he was baptised at the Grote Kerk. When he was nine he was sent to Leiden to further his education.
Society’s attitude toward death changes, it seems, with every generation. Our Victorian forebears were obsessed by it, but today death is almost an embarrassment in a secular world which regards itself as sophisticated and advanced, and people often seek to deal with it by making light of it in one way or another.