Bible translations & what we use when

Anglicans & nonconformists both need to ask questions about fellowship & compromise

Following on from what I wrote yesterday regarding the Church of England, it is worth noting what Church Society have said about these changes. You

A Christian case for Socialism

I am not of the view that there is a “Christian” political position. I think Christians may vote for parties across the political spectrum. There

Asking the right questions when the Bible answers questions we aren’t asking (and ignores the ones we are)

One issue that often surfaces when interpreting passages of the Bible is the desire to expect answers to questions that the text isn’t asking. Without

Closeness on ethics doesn’t lessen the gulf over eternal matters of salvation

With the death of Pope Benedict XVI, there seem to be a great number of evangelicals paying homage. Indeed, there has been a small trend

Four things focusing on Sunday sermons in midweek groups achieves

One of our practices as a church is to revisit the teaching we have heard on Sunday in order to dig into it more midweek.

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