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My Writings is a small selection of some things I have written.


I've been a publisher since 2014, under the name Prospect Avenue Books. The books I've published under that name are:

  • The Bones of My People, the memoir of my late mother-in-law. I actually wrote it myself, adapted from a transcript of her telling her story to her daughter, Rita Baltutt Kyle.
  • Yesterday's Sandhills, the memoir of my late sister-in-law, Rita Kyle. It takes place during the same time frame as The Bones of My People.


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For the past couple of years I've been working on completing a book about an English castle situated not far from my wife's house in Sussex. The castle is Bramber Castle. I have posted three YouTube videos about the castle, and they can be viewed on a playlist on my YouTube channel. Here is a link to that playlist: Bramber Castle

The book has been completed! Bramber Castle and the Rise and Fall of the House of Braose.

It's available on Amazon in three editions: Kindle; Paperback; and Hardback. Most people who might be interested live in the UK, but it's available in most Amazon markets, as it is "Print on Demand."




The Nature of God



Soteriology is the study of religious doctrines of salvation.

  • Justification by Faith Alone is False Doctrine - Many Protestants believe that mere acknowledgement of Jesus Christ as one's savior is sufficient for salvation. I argue that it is necessary, but insufficient.
  • Baptism for the Dead is Evidence for the True Church - I have reason to believe that one of the best evidences for the falling away (or apostasy) of the early Church is the abandonment of the doctrine of baptism for the dead, and that evidence for the true Church includes the practice of baptism for the dead.

The Scriptures


  • Hawking's Straw Man - Stephen Hawking's argument against the existence of God is not the slam-dunk he thought it was.