William BJ Weir

Press Services International

William BJ Weir is an Australian traveling and working in Europe. He arrived in the UK just before the pandemic in March 2020, and have been there since. He has plans to see more of Europe as restrictions allow, while developing his writing skills and educating himself on current socio-political issues. He has a background in Geographic Information and the Public Service. In his spare time he enjoys hiking, exercise, reading, photography, and exploring Europe.

  • The Christmas loneliness epidemic

  • Lock-down: a journey in the wilderness

    The wilderness experienceThe proverbial ‘Wilderness’ experience – a familiar concept, that almost everyonegoes through ...

  • BLM & the Church: the need for truth in compassion

    In this age, where everything is political, there is a rising trend of many in the Church advocating for external causes that have the appearance of virtue and compassion. While it is good & essential for Christians to be engaged with social issues, the problem with certain movements is that they present a false compassion – a compassion not founded in truth.

  • Gender ideology and the renormalization of Truth

    Earlier this month, BBC Africa Sports Reporter Celestine Karoney wrote a report titled Tokyo Olympics: Namibian athlete says ‘You can’t tell me I am not a woman. Karoney discusses how Namibian athlete Beatrice Masilingi was refused entry in the woman’s 400m because her testosterone levels were too high according to that race’s specific rules.