Dyfed is a trained theologian and church historian from Wales, UK. He is passionate about issues of justice and peace and especially how the church can be positioned to be a world-changing presence within creation.
He was trained at Bangor University, north Wales, and has a PhD degree in Welsh revival history. He blogs regularly and has plans to publish more e-books.
He lives on the island of Anglesey with his wife Helen who runs the village post office. They have a springer spaniel, Ruth, who loves long walks on the local beaches.
Ben Meyrick was the only ordained Christian minister in Wales to be jailed for being a conscientious objector during the First World War.
Amazing bravery was displayed on the battle field during the War, of that there is no doubt, but neither can we deny that considerable bravery was also displayed by the conscientious objectors.
Here is one man's story.
This is a Welsh language essay on the only minister of religion in Wales to be imprisoned during the Great War as a conscientious objector.
Hanes achos y gwrthwynebydd cydwybodol, y Parchedig Benjamin Meyrick, yn ystod y Rhyfel Mawr.
Os nad ydach chi'n gyfarwydd iawn efo lawrlwytho e-lyfrau yna'r peth gorau ichi ydi dewis 'PDF' isod.
Supernatural encounters with angels are a common occurrence in the Bible. In his latest volume theologian Dr Dyfed Wyn Roberts takes a simple look at many of the angelic encounters found in the Bible. While many emphasise the supernatural encounters in the heavens Dr Roberts finds that the Bible stories themselves are far more down to earth.
The Welsh Revival of 1904 - 1905 is seen as one of the greatest outpourings of the Holy Spirit in modern times. The names of Evan Roberts, Seth Joshua and Moriah Church are so well known. But what happened next? How did the chapels that were so impacted by God respond to the great revival? In this short ebook read what the chapel leaders of the time had to say about the aftermath of the revival.
Does hell exist? Will God punish some in a place of eternal concious torment? What does Jesus have to say about the issue? In this short book the author looks at each passage in the New Testament where Jesus refers to hell in some way. By studying the word Gehenna and the OT references to fire as God's judgement the author comes to a conclusion that is very different to traditional teaching.