Champagne Socialism is not the problem, but hyper-individual progressive liberalism

Yesterday, I posted on the real problem with champagne socialism. Specifically, I wanted to argue that it misses the point of what socialism actually argues

Danny Finkelstein is wrong: Labour can unite workers & commuters alike in an electorally popular way, if only they are willing

The Labour Party are currently in a quandary. Faced with rail strikes that are popular among rail workers, but not quite so popular among rail

Madness of crowds, hyper-individualism & staying in your lane

The kind of church we all want

I was preaching out at one of our partner churches yesterday. It was great to be able to spend a bit of time with them

By all means don’t advocate Socialism, but stop trying to argue it is unbiblical

I read another interesting American take on Socialism yesterday. Given it was on Doug Wilson’s blog, the article was coming from a harder than your

Identity politics and individualism

I was involved in a conversation about identity politics the other day. I hadn’t intended to write anything about it (and still don’t intend to

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