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

The nature of the cross and why Good Friday is still good

In an article I read a while ago, it was pointed out – via the questions surrounding when Christian was saved in Pilgrim’s Progress¬†– that

Why I am relaxed about a conversation with my daughter that wasn’t exactly ‘successful’

In lieu of running Sunday School at church – mainly a result of COVID-19 restrictions and lack of available teachers stemming from them – we

If God is sovereign, why bother praying?

We talk a lot about God’s sovereignty in our church. The reason for that is simple: if God is not sovereign, everything – and I

Three reasons Christianity matters

Yesterday, Eddie Arthur wrote this article on the need to contextualise the gospel for our times. His basic contention was this: We are living in

There’s no straight line from faithfulness to blessing

Who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind? So runs the question of Jesus’ disciples in John 9:2. As most of us are aware,

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