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

Doubts & the logic of ‘being broader’

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

Everything is a matter of conscience, isn’t it?

If you have had a discussion with anyone about pretty much anything, you will no doubt have run into people citing the importance of conscience.

If Christian books are often bland (and they are), why would we do the same to our conversations?

A lot of Christian writing is pretty bland and boring. I wrote about this phemonena here. But, if you don’t want to take my word

If we can’t have a discussion, what’s the point of being on twitter?

Yesterday, I was in a discussion with a bunch of different folk on twitter. The specific discussion isn’t that important, to be honest. If you

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