Remembering who you are matters; how we emphasise what we are matters more

I wrote the other day (or, rather, re-posted) an article about not being afraid to repeat ourselves. The reason for the need to repeat ourselves

Dating, clear intentions and minor pushback to Tim Challies

I recently read Tim Challies post on dating without regret. In it, with a nod to Dean Inserra and his book Pure, Tim offers four

Who are the Christians?

The video below asks whether Catholics are Christians but really, in its answer, says something much wider about who is a Christian at all, whether

Is Easter a rehash of pagan myths like Osiris and Horus?

As we’re in Holy Week, and Easter Sunday is fast approaching, I thought it might be interesting to look at this oft stated question. It

Katie Ghose shouldn’t have been sacked & Christians can vote UKIP

Yesterday, I posted about some of the comments coming from American Evangelicals toward Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. In it, I argued that Socialism is no more unbiblical

Christians welcome Muslims into a Christmas service. Why has this hit the news?

I saw this story in the Guardian on Christmas Eve. The basic thrust of the story is that St Alban’s church in North Harrow have

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