The present narrative when it comes to abortion is that there is only one life involved. Please look at this 44 second fetoscopy of a 9 week old unborn child and decide for yourself...
In this opinion piece published in The Conversation, I discuss the roots of violent behaviour in our country and note that Justifying the use of violence to fight social injustice is a recipe for disaster.
One of the big lies in the abortion debate is that the pro choice lobby roots its position in medical science and medical ethics. The exact opposite is true.
A review of Tembeka Ngcukaitobi’s “The Land Is Ours: South Africa’s First Black Lawyers and the Birth of Constitutionalism”.
Without the church in SA, and the constitutional court, repenting about their complicity in the daily intentional killing of some 500 unborn children and the abandoning of many of their mothers, our only hope is that the Lord will listen to the prayers for mercy of the faithful remnant in the churc
The Constitutional Court in its judgments claims to reflect the soul of the nation. This simply is not the case when one looks at its pronouncements on marriage, unborn children and the raising of children.
Statistically only about 1 % of "marriages" registered are same sex civil unions. Thus the vast majority of marriages involve heterosexual couples. The question is, why do this 1 % dominate the marriage narrative, particularly in the church?
By criminalising parents who in a loving and caring environment at times use moderate and reasonable chastisement to discipline their children, the constitutional court has crossed a line it should have not crossed. This might well promote a contempt of the law, which is poison to the rule of law.
This is a video of me introducing my latest book, “Decolonising Jesus”, in Greyton. A few weeks back I had the privilege of speaking at Rhodes University...
Dr Levatino's chilling account of the procedure he used to kill over 1000 unborn children...
Salt & Light visited the National Alliance for Life Annual conference and spoke to keynote speaker, Adv. Keith Matthee and Dr Albu van Eeden about abortion in South Africa.
Dear All, the problem with certain experiences is that unless one has experienced it, it is not really possible to communicate it to others. My horse riding missions are such experiences!
This is an excerpt of a judgment where I served as Acting Judge of the High Court in the Western Cape in 2013. This notwithstanding nothing has changed. The statistics highlighted in this case persist.
Why all the fuss about a Christian Chief Justice ?
This is an excerpt of a judgment where I served as Acting Judge of the High Court in the Eastern Cape in 2007. In the judgement the rape of girl children is described as “an evil of gigantic proportions."
Let me begin by reading from my bill of rights – Holy Scripture Genesis 3 v 1- 6 “Now the serpent was more cunning than any of the wild animals the Lord God made. He said to the woman, ‘Did God really say’, ‘you must...
One of the lies in the present narrative about abortion is that there are no significant adverse long term emotional and psychological effects on women who choose to have an abortion. Professor Coleman has given expert testimony in this regard on countless occasions and in many different fora.
Dr De Vos has been prevented from practising as a doctor for the past 2 years as he waits for an opportunity to defend himself. Central to the hearing is whether or not Dr De Vos’s view that unborn children are human life is rooted in medical science, or is merely his religious viewpoint.