Author: Andrew McFarland Campbell

I'm Andrew. Belfast-born, Cambridge-educated, working in Ireland. Married to Michael (who is occasionally known as John). I earn my living by writing, mainly documentation, but I write fiction as well. My pronouns are he/him/his. As well as my personal blog, I run Gay Christadelphians.
Exhortations

Bread

One of the advantages of being a Roman citizen living in ancient Rome itself was the corn dole. The government would distribute a ration of corn, usually made into bread, to provide the basic diet for the Romans. Not everybody was equally entitled to this – slaves for example – and the number of people […]

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Exhortations

Gentleness

There are many qualities that we, as followers of Christ, are called upon to have, such as honesty, and forgiveness. One of the easiest to overlook is gentleness. As followers of Christ, we are supposed to be gentle and harmless. Being gentle is part of being meek, and like all of the requirements God makes […]

Andrew McFarland Campbell