Encouraging reading when reading is not the goal

If you have followed this blog for a while, you will know that I don’t really care if people are big readers or not. I

A tale of two taxis

I was chatting with a taxi driver the other day. He was talking to me about Ramadan. He is not well and said he was

Being right & the glory of God

I have written before about why I really hate the false dichotomy between winning the person and winning the argument. We surely want to win

What I learnt from being retweeted by Peter Hitchens

Of the things I really didn’t expect to find myself doing this weekend – and certainly not at any great length – defending the Mail

Original Sin & gospel discussions in different cultures

Giles Fraser is right about interfaith dialogue but his article shows up liberal inconsistency

In a recent Unherd article, Giles Fraser argues that we need more religious conflict. He says: These days, interfaith dialogue — on the ground at

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