Dear Jimmy I came across your book – ‘Human Sacrifice’ – on Audible and was pleasantly surprised by the profoundly respectful tone of the piece
We took our children to feed the pigeons in the graveyard at St Nicholas Church situated in Sitton – a Borough of South London! Apparently,
Dear Gillan Julius Caesar had tried to invade Britain around 55 BCE and was beaten-back by the Celtic tribes – (and it would take yet another one-hundred-years
This book furnishes a surprising number of answers to lingering questions about the more obscure aspects of the Third Reich and Hitler’s attempt to reconstruct
Dear Gillian The Destruction of Pagan Temples Thank you for this interesting article (linked above). I was reading Karl Kautsky’s (1908) ‘Foundations of Christianity’ as
Oliver Cromwell was a very civilised, intelligent and progressive individual. He was also a devout Christian. Why, then, did he agree to ‘ban’ Christmas? He carried out this progressive measure because he thought that it was a great evil for the State to ‘enforce’ a religious celebration upon its citizens. As a consequence, Cromwell oversaw the legislation that ‘banned’ the State sanctioning of a national holiday that had, in his and many other Christian’s eye, no connection with legitimate Christian practice.