Category Archives: Trevor Morrow

TREVOR MORROW – ‘REFORMED’ – BUT ‘LIVING IN THE 21ST CENTURY’

I recently obtained a copy of the speaking schedule for a series of meetings to be held in Belfast on Tuesday nights over the winter months [October 2006 – March 2007]. The theme of all the meetings will be ‘TRUTH’.

For the sake of ‘TRUTH’ I feel it is vital therefore to highlight my concerns about one speaker in particular [although there are several others who ‘ring a few alarm bells’ also]. The speaker in question is former Presbyterian Moderator, Trevor Morrow. The title for this article is taken from the promotional leaflet for these meetings, which in Trevor Morrow’s case reads as follows –

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‘Kingdom Come’ – Should you go?

Following the costly ecumenical venture ‘Power to Change: Launched September 2002’ [Can anyone let me know if the Southern Irish PTC Committee ever announced publicly what happened to the approximately 750,000 Euros that had been earmarked for adverts on RTE Television but which was never spent on these as RTE decided at the last moment not to run the adverts? Also, if you wish to refresh your memory on ‘Power to Change’ you can do so by following these links – 

http://www.takeheed.info/power-to-change-ecumenical-or-not-ecumenical/

http://www.takeheed.info/the-spin-doctors-of-power-to-change/

http://www.takeheed.info/the-leaven-in-power-to-change/

and the emotionally charged ‘Passion Movie and Café’ launched in the early months of 2004 [That was the ‘evangelical’ café-outreach whose organisers sought clandestinely to have Roman Catholic involvement. Again you can refresh your memory by following this link

http://www.takeheed.info/the-hidden-agendas-of-care-and-evangelical-alliance-ni/

it was inevitable that, given time, yet another major ‘initiative’ purporting to be ‘evangelical’ would be ‘marketed’ by many of the leading figures involved in these previous and for many, mostly now forgotten items of history.

The September 2005 issue of the ‘Christian Irishman’ [An official publication of the Board of Mission of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland] included an article and an advert for the following planned event.

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