What ‘full responsibility’ must actually mean

Yesterday in parliament we watch, once again, as the Prime Minister used words to mean something entirely different to their normal usage. He told us,

Why good doctrine matters when faced with heinous sin

I watched the Netflix documentary on Jimmy Savile the other week. The first episode – which dragged a bit for Brits familiar with Savile –

Authenticity and being universally liked

Shane Warne died this past Friday. One of the all time great cricketers. One of the best bowlers ever to play. I saw this little

Would you re-baptise a now repentant person who was previously put out of the church for unrepentant sin?

Someone asked me a question yesterday. If somebody was put out of your church due to unrepentant sin, then came back repentant later on, would

To see conversions, you have to seek conversions

I hear a lot of people speak about the hardness of the ground in their context. They don’t seem to ever see many conversions and

Don’t sin to fix sin

Sin gets us into a right mess, doesn’t it? The messy situations we get ourselves into because of our sin abound. And trying to unpick

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