Allegra Stratton & an inappropriate over-correction toward forgiveness and grace

If you have been following the news, you will have picked up on Allegra Stratton having not only attended a Christmas event in Downing Street

When even secular commentators can see the moral imperative, and support it, why can’t the Bishop?

I know the whole Matt Hancock debacle is a few days old now. But, in truth, the issues that it points to have not, and

You don’t have to buy into Critical Theory to recognise systemic issues might exist

Yesterday, on something of a whim, I posted the following tweet: It picked up a bit more traction than I expected. I mean, it didn’t

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

Shire wars

I spent most of my teens and childhood in a little village called Grove, attached to the South Oxfordshire town of Wantage. I spent the

Why deprived communities need more than a social gospel

I am all for ‘mercy ministries’ and doing good to our neighbours. I think sometimes Reformed Christians can become so focused on doctrinal purity –

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