It was a couple of years ago (or was it three?) that we invited David Robertson down to
Anyways, David’s visit was a huge blessing. He made great friends with the children (especially succumbing to the charms of Jemimah), criticised my ‘cheap’ whisky, and made aspersions about the integrity of my Reformed Baptist convictions, given my love for many long-deceased Presbyterians. Best of all, he prosecuted the empty beliefs of atheism, and preached the Gospel with passion and conviction.
Now he’s back, or at least he was. On Saturday night at Gunnersbury David debated Terry Sanderson, President of the National Secular Society, on the motion of ‘Is a Secular Society a more Tolerant Society?’ I’ve not listened to the debate yet, but it’s here. The reports I’ve heard from Gunnersbury friends about it are excellent, and I can only suppose that it was a pretty hairy time for Mr Sanderson.