Allegra Stratton & an inappropriate over-correction toward forgiveness and grace

If you have been following the news, you will have picked up on Allegra Stratton having not only attended a Christmas event in Downing Street

The collapsed prosecution of soldiers A & C points to questions of consistency

Two days ago, the trial of two former paratroopers collapsed. The men, known as Solider A and Soldier C were acquitted of the murder of

Forgiveness, reconciliation and why forgiving the repentant is just

Yesterday, I published an article about forgiveness without repentance. I asked the question whether the Bible insists that we forgive people who haven’t repented (TL:DR

Does the Bible call us to unilateral forgiveness without repentance?

A couple of days ago, I read an article in The Times titled, ‘Why a refusal to forgive can be the most powerful action of

Lessons the church can learn about process from the conservative party

Reports are currently circulating about a Conservative Party MP who has been accused of, and is currently being investigated by police on account of, rape.

Is corona virus a divine judgement?

It’s a question I’ve seen doing the rounds. Has the Lord sent corona virus as a judgement on us? The short answer is, I have

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