Yesterday, I read an interesting reflection from Themelios on whether believers can vote for “debauched pagans”. You can read the article here. The abstract says
How regularly do we expect Luthers to pop up in church history? Apparently, a lot!
A lot has been said of pastors abusing their congregations. There are certainly wolves out there who seem to view the sheep as their personal
You can’t call your leaders to be accountable and side-step it yourself
Yesterday, I read a blog post suggesting that the missing ingredient in a lot of church leadership is accountability. You can read that article here.
Complementarianism and answering Beth Moore’s valid questions
Yesterday I saw the following tweets from Beth Moore: I didn’t reply on Twitter because (understandably) she wanted to keep replies to a ‘two tweet’
Authority not authoritarianism
I was scrolling through twitter and came across this interesting tweet: Katharine Birbalsingh is the headteacher at Michaela Community School in Wembley. She is something
EN Article: I don’t like it
I have been asked to write a regular column for Evangelicals Now. The latest article (my original, unedited version) is below. It can’t have escaped