Welcome to my website
I am a freelance writer, speaker and consultant on bioethical issues.
I was born and initially schooled in Cambridge, but most of my secondary education was at Reading School. From 1966 to 1976, I studied at Leeds, Pennsylvania State and Nottingham Universities. From 1976 to 2001, I was a lecturer in biochemistry and bioethics at the Institute of Biological Sciences, the University of Wales, Aberystwyth. Then I took early retirement.
In 1982, I became the founding chairman of the Aberystwyth LIFE Group and co-founder of Evangelicals for LIFE, a specialist grouping within the charity, LIFE. From 1984 until 2009, I was a member of the Central Committee of LIFE, the UK's leading pro-life organisation and from 2009, I was appointed to its board of trustees. From 1989, I was a member and sometime chairman of the Social Issues Team of the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches (FIEC) and since 2004, a member of its successor, the Social Issues Team of Affinity.
I have lectured, debated, broadcast and written about bioethical issues for the last 30 years and more. These activities have taken me throughout the UK, as well as to Denmark, Germany, Japan, Holland, Latvia, Canada, Poland, the Isle of Man and Romania.
married to Wendy and we have been members of Alfred
Place Baptist Church in Aberystwyth since 1977.
We have three grown-up children: Simeon, Benjamin and
Anna - a lawyer a scientist and a teacher - and six
granddaughters: Esther, Rachel, Naomi, Mia, Tiana and
Gwen, and two grandsons: Joshua and Caleb. My
hobbies include fruit and vegetable gardening and
inshore boat-fishing in Cardigan Bay. Since
2003, I have been a magistrate sitting on the
address: 4 Cefn