What comfort is there for the Queen in the face of Philip’s death?

On Friday, Prince Philip died. He was a major figure in public life. Though constitutionally his death has no real significance, culturally it has a

The nature of the cross and why Good Friday is still good

In an article I read a while ago, it was pointed out – via the questions surrounding when Christian was saved in Pilgrim’s Progress¬†– that

Another odd theological question that has suddenly become important

The coronavirus pandemic continues to throw up all sorts of weird and wonderful theological questions that most of us haven’t ever countenanced before. Some of

What should we make of Bethel Church, Redding praying for resurrection?

Reports have been doing the rounds of some tragic news at Bethel Church (not our one, the one in Redding). Adam Ford reports: The two-year-old

In tribute to Barry Chuckle

I woke up yesterday to the news that Barry Chuckle had died. Sad times indeed! Chucklevision was a staple of my childhood. Anybody in their

The problem with Guernsey’s proposed law on assisted dying

Tanni Grey-Thompson speaks into the issues surrounding Guernsey’s debate on assisted dying.

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