Tolerance is old hat. It’s affirmation or nothing now

Janet Daby – the shadow faith minister – has been forced to resign after arguing that a conscience clause should be permitted for registrars who

What are the legitimate grounds for Christian divorce?

It has been something of a low-lying, but ongoing, discussion in Christian circles about the legitimate grounds for divorce. Some insist there are no grounds,

Wiggling in a load of fudge

The Church of England has issued some ‘pastoral advice’ that sex is only for heterosexual married couple. Whilst I have no doubt that there will

What about weddings?

My wife and I were having our ongoing, sometime argument about weddings again recently. No, not specifically ours. She’s realises she’s pretty much locked into

Piper and the prohibition on female seminary professors Pt III: problems for each position

I have recently been considering John Piper’s prohibition on female seminary professors. In my first post, I noted that a range of views exist among

Jacob Rees-Mogg should be applauded for his candour not pilloried for his opinion

Jacob Rees-Mogg has managed to hit the headlines following comments he made on Good Morning Britain. I say comments he made, he actually just answered

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