Calling out false teachers is not unloving but rebuking your leaders for doing so might be

“For there are many insubordinate, both idle talkers and deceivers, especially those of the circumcision, whose mouths must be stopped, who subvert whole households, teaching

The tyranny of liberalism inculcates illiberal counter-extremism measures

If you cannot conceive why so many people are pleased that Jeremy Corbyn has won the Labour leadership election, the reasons are plethora. One major

In defence of cold-contact evangelism

I was listening to the podcast at the Blazing CentreĀ blog which included a snippet asking the question ‘is cold-contact evangelism a good idea?’ (the segment

The first female bishop is the Anglican’s AV referendum. The second may cause further issues

Having only just appointed the first, the CofE have now appointed a second female bishop. The GuardianĀ report Rev Canon Alison White will accept a bishopric

Tax avoidance, tithes and total depravity

Tax avoidance seems to have taken centre stage in the news of late. In particular, HSBC have found themselves in the firing line (see here).

Six reasons to pursue fellowship, community and hospitality

Yesterday, I posted here on the cost of community, hospitality and fellowship. It’s important we understand what true fellowship, real community and genuine hospitality look

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