There may be a logically consistent argument for unrestricted gun ownership, but this isn’t it

When yet another US school shooting happens – and it is pretty much always a US event – the arguments about guns inevitably come up

One rule for them…

The Prime Minister and Chancellor of the Exchequer got themselves into hot water yesterday. Both have been pinged by the NHS Test & Trace app;

Up-to-birth abortion for any reason is about to be voted on in parliament despite most women opposing it

Over at the Think Theology blog, Andrew Bunt highlights a concerning move coming up in parliament. He writes: Next Monday, it is likely that MPs

Labelling people legalists might make pharisees of us all

There is a term that is, ironically, somewhat liberally thrown around Evangelical circles: legalism. Rarely, I think, do people actually use it correctly. Many seem

Universalising commands & contextualising application

It’s not always legitimate to come out of your bedroom

Each night we go through the same drill with my daughter. She has her bedtime routine, we read the Bible, we pray, we have a

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