The single hardest thing about blogging

I am occasionally (very occasionally mind) asked about the nuts and bolts of blogging. People usually want advice about how to set one up and

Biblical CBT vs Worldly CBT

As we are currently in mental health awareness week, I thought I would republish this old post about CBT. If you are suffering from depression,

Who are the working class?

This vexed question comes up repeatedly in discussions about the church and class. How do we define class? Who can rightly be considered working class

The subject may change, but the principle remains the same in yet another question of freedom

A school chaplain was reported to the government prevent programme, and subsequently made redundant, because of a sermon in which he stated that children did

On religious liberty

I saw the following quote from Michael Haykin on Facebook recently. I think it is an interesting historical comment on religious liberty and speaks to

Snippets from the interweb (9th May 2021)

Where is the love? ‘The answer to Question 4 of the Westminster Shorter Catechism – God is a spirit, infinite, eternal, unchangeable in his being, wisdom,

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