Pragmatism, Jonathan Fletcher and the shoddy reasoning of ‘we have… only been blessed’

I was particularly disappointed to see the following letter from Simon & Kathy Manchester in this month’s Evangelicals Now. You can read it here, but

specks, planks and the culture of sanctimony

If you want to read articles about Christians lamenting the state of twitter, you don’t have to look too far. I understand the caution and

Four ways to help us persuade others

The other day, I wrote an article about not trying to sneer people into the kingdom. The argument wasn’t exclusive, by any means, to our

Sneering them into the kingdom

I saw this really interesting article by Giles Fraser in Unherd recently. The title of the article is ‘sneering scientists won’t win over anti-vaxxers.’ The

A question of objectivity & empathy

I saw this tweet the other day The tweet touches on something important. Something similar to what I said here. Most people, parties and set

The reality of Privilege and why our discussions often head South

I caught this conversation on Twitter between Laurence Fox and Yasmin Alibhai-Brown Now, my purpose in writing this isn’t to suggest who is right and

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