Coutts, Farage and that regular refrain rolling around again

Ugh, here we go again! It is sad to have to begin this by explaining that I am not a great fan of Nigel Farage.

The problem of personal, private faith and morality

If you are following the news surrounding Kate Forbes’ tilt at the SNP leadership, you will have come across a fairly common argument about faith

What if Google hear us?

Google – much like Amazon before them – has recently admitted that “contractors” can access recordings made by their Google Assistant. Whilst this may be

Christians and Socialism: a response to Owen Strachan

I was sent Owen Strachan’s latest City of God podcast on public theology. The topic concerned Socialism. Given my stated position on that, it was

Cathy Newman’s Channel 4 interview with Jordan Peterson is instructive for Christians in public debate

If you haven’t seen it yet, can I encourage you to watch Cathy Newman’s interview with Jordan Peterson on Channel 4 News. Go on. Honestly, watch

Why Christians should be involved in public life

Yesterday I wrote about the resignation of Tim Farron as leader of the Liberal Democrats. I titled the post Tim Farron has resigned, proving it is

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