On religious liberty

I saw the following quote from Michael Haykin on Facebook recently. I think it is an interesting historical comment on religious liberty and speaks to

The only sure way to avoid shame by association

Recently, the black lives matter movement came to the fore. Along with it came a desire to remove statues, plaques, memorials and other such things

About those statues

In yesterday’s post, I wrote about how nuance was difficult to come by these days. Twitter once again did a sterling job of proving the

Horus ruins Christmas

I may well have shared this before, but it is particularly pertinent at this time of year. And now we’re this side of Christmas and

Four facts that undergird the case for the resurrection

I know Easter is now over, but its importance for the Christian faith – indeed, its importance altogether – doesn’t just melt away because the

The wrong side of history is a non-argument: Billy Graham a case in point

As a former history graduate, I have come to loathe the phrase ‘the wrong side of history’. I was particularly disheartened to see it employed

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