Even when our idolatry rules us, we’re often wrong about the reality keeping us away

I read an article in the last few days about planting in deprived communities. The thrust of the article was about the desire to protect

When even secular commentators can see the moral imperative, and support it, why can’t the Bishop?

I know the whole Matt Hancock debacle is a few days old now. But, in truth, the issues that it points to have not, and

In defence of acquaintances and casual friendship for community

For many years, I remembering bemoaning the fact that I didn’t feel I had many friends. No doubt some of you think, what a shocker!

Family worship is not as essential as some want to insist

Until fairly recently, I had never come across the concept of ‘family worship’. It just wasn’t a thing that we ever did growing up. My

Complementarianism and answering Beth Moore’s valid questions

Yesterday I saw the following tweets from Beth Moore: I didn’t reply on Twitter because (understandably) she wanted to keep replies to a ‘two tweet’

A culture war strategy I can’t co-sign: a reply to Kevin DeYoung

In a recent article for TGC, Kevin DeYoung has argued for a new strategy toward the culture wars; namely, have as many children as you

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