About Ivan Foster

Ivan Foster is a recently retired minister in the Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster. Until November 2009 he was minister of Kilskeery Free Presbyterian Church. He continues to preach and write as the Lord gives opportunity.
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Ivan has written 189 articles so far, you can find them below.

August-September 1998

Articles published in the August-September 1998 edition

Irish Republicans Murder 28 in Omagh

Ecumenical Fall-Out From IRA Bombs

Statement from the Free Presbyterian ministers in Co. Tyrone following the bombing of Omagh, issued on Saturday, 15th August at 10.30 pm

The Aftermath Of Drumcree

Anglicanism’s Dirty Politics

House Of Lords Rejects New Law On Consent.

The IRA Remains Silent About Victims’ Graves

It’s Official – The Queen Is A Parrot!

A sermon preached in Kilskeery Free Presbyterian Church on August 2nd by the Minister

A Question Frequently Asked But Rarely Answered

June-July 1998

Articles from the June-July 1998 edition

Sinn Fein rejects decommissioning and demands disbandment of RUC

Republicans Wage Propaganda War On RUC

Convicted Murderer To Stand Against Dr. Paisley MP

The Depths To Which The Church Of England Has Sunk

Why has John Taylor MP, Deputy Leader of the Ulster Unionist Party, not answered this question??

A Journey Which Began In A Police Car and Ended at the Cross

Why Every Christian ought to be an “ABOMINABLE NOMAN”

Reaction To The Referendum Result

A Biblical Diagnosis of Ulster’s Present Troubles

A message for Protestants in the sermons of RC priests

A message preached at the evening service in Kilskeery Free Presbyterian Church on May 24th, 1987, by Rev Ivan Foster on the subject:

“A message for Protestants in the sermons preached by Roman Catholic priests at the funeral of IRA men shot by the SAS when they attacked Loughgall police station on May 8th, 1987.

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The scene at the police station after the IRA had exploded a bomb

The 8 IRA men shot by the SAS as they attacked Loughgall RUC station

Read a news account of the incident here.