July 10th, 2016

Christopher Hitchens: An Intellectual Post Mortem?

by Clinton Chisholm



“[Jerry Falwell] was a petty little charlatan and toad…I think it’s

a pity there’s not a hell for him to go to.” (Hitchens, 2007)



The book The Faith of Christopher Hitchens: The Restless Soul of the World’s

July 6th, 2016

Spiritual Fitness for Sacrificial Living (John 5:1-14)

by Clinton Chisholm


Having examined the lives of several biblical characters concerning how they lived the sacrificial life it’s time to focus on us how we can build ourselves spiritually or become spiritually fit to live the sacrificial life.

Three things are necessary …

June 20th, 2016

Questioning the Orlando Massacre

by Clinton Chisholm


The unmitigated tragedy in Orlando two Sundays ago has prompted several questions. One popular one on the lips of even religious folk is ‘where was God when this tragedy was going down?’ Perfectly understandable question. A seemingly superficial and insensitive …

June 19th, 2016

For Fathers & Other Men

by Clinton Chisholm


The 20th century was, arguably, the first century in human history that a call for men to arise was necessary and rang with urgency because the 20th century was the first century in human history that men had not been …

June 7th, 2016

Playing Deadly Games with Tobacco?

by Clinton Chisholm


The recent ‘World No Tobacco Day’ left me a tad puzzled.

If the multiple warnings from the WHO and similar organisations about the health dangers of tobacco smoking are scientifically sound why are governments cat walking around the issue by …

June 3rd, 2016

Rethinking Lady Saw’s ‘Sycomore Tree’

by Clinton Chisholm
I still recall the initial shock on the faces of my ‘Music in Society’ class at the Jamaica Theological Seminary, years ago when, after teaching them how to do a critical analysis of various genres of popular music, I …