The truth is that the world is in a state of confusion. Pregnant women consider their unborn child as “not alive,” and people don’t know if they are female, male, or even animals, what was considered wrong is now right. The world is upside down. However, people like Calvin Robinson will not let the world go down the road to self-destruction without a fight.
The Anglican deacon is rooting for Christian values as the solution to all problems. He uses this perspective to advise on policy, comment on political issues, and address issues faced in society. We gathered from different sources information concerning the public figure with the aim to tell his personal and professional story.
Calvin Robinson Biography
Calvin Robinson is a British journalist, policy advisor, political commentator, and deacon of the Free Church of England. He is a regular contributor to GB News and Talkradio. He has appeared in many media outlets and has been featured multiple times in The Telegraph and Daily Mail.
Calvin Robinson Age, Family, and Personal Life
Calvin was born Calvin John Robison in a mining town in East Midlands. The priest comes from a mixed race as his mother is white and his father is black and was a British soldier who specialized in Karate.
Calvin grew up in a Christian home but the idea of being religious was foreign to him. His views about Christianity changed when he had an encounter with the Holy Spirit during Eucharist. From the encounter, he made a decision to follow Jesus. His encounters during the Holy Communion made him subscribe to the traditional liturgical way of worship instead of taking the charismatic route.
Calvin was born on 29th October 1985. The 37-something-year-old is focused on his career as a journalist and commentator on political, cultural, and societal affairs in the Country. Wife, marriage, and children come second to his passion for politics and social development.
Calvin Robinson Education and Career
Robinson went for his high school studies at High Oakham Primary School and later joined Nottinghamshire College where he pursued a degree in computer game design and programming. His education credentials earned him an opportunity as a secondary teacher and later as a video games journalist. Journalism ushered him to the light of what was happening in British and the world, an interest he had from a young age.
Calvin started off as a writer for many media outlets such as The Guardian and The Daily Express. His opinion stemmed from Christian values, which he argues are the foundation of a moral and stable society. He is a promoter of the gospel of Christ and practices it to demonstrate its relevancy in modern society. Calvin has been in the media business for a while now. He has made talkRADIO and GB News his home where he shares his political views. The political commentator regularly contributes to Daily Mail and The Telegraph.
Believing he was called by God to put Christian values in the media industry, Robinson trained to become a priest in the Church of England. He also went to classes at Oxford University. As an aspiring young black student, Robinson experienced minor counts of racism. He felt the reality of racism when his application to become a Priest was rejected.
The Bishop of Fulham accused Calvin of having political views that were problematic. Calvin accused the Church of England of taking positions of secular leftists which threaten family, marriage, and human life.
He left the church and joined the Global Anglican Future Conference which accepted him as a deacon of the Free Church of England. Mr. Robinson is now a minister-in-charge at Christ Chruch Harlesden.
His allegation appeared to be true when the Church of England agreed to bless same-sex marriage, which is viewed as an abomination in the Bible. In a 12-minute speech at the Oxford Union, Robinson argued that the Church of England had failed in its obligation to defend the Christian Doctrine.
Calvin Robinson Views
Robinson is a staunch Christian. Sadly, he blames the church for the social and political problems in the country since he argues the church is conforming to the patterns of the world. In an interview with Triggerpod, Calvin stated that if Jesus would come today, He would be canceled by the church.
He also argues that most media networks in British have abandoned the core values of the country by promoting agendas that benefit a few people and blocking contrary views and opinions. Robinson advocates for openness and transparency not only in the media but in all public institutions. He also campaigns and works for media and politicians who promote ideas similar to his. His moral views and political leaning have been echoed by figures like Allie Beth Stuckey, Isabel Brown, and Gothix.
Occupation: Weather Journalist
Salary: approx $80,000 per year
Marital Status: Single
Height: 6 feet and 4 inches