Demanding what is biblical is the only kind thing to do

The last two days, I have posted about the issue of conscience. First, I wrote here about what conscience actually is and why it matters.

If you can’t tell us this, your sermon prep hasn’t even started

I’m writing this, mainly, because I’ve currently got sermon-block. I’ve been staring at the same passage for days and I have no idea what to

Relatability isn’t the key; it’s the Word

Some folks have been getting a bit annoyed with St Michael’s Church in Bournemouth going through a rebrand and calling itself St Mike’s. I find

Why I (typically) don’t mention current crises in my preaching

Yes, I know, I write them ages ahead of time and – not being a prophet – I do not foresee world, national or local

Dr Frederik Mulder on orthodoxy & heterodoxy in the Anglican Church

Dr Frederik Mulder has presented a paper outlining some of his personal experiences in the Anglican Church alongside outlining some of the wider issues regarding

Accents & grammar: what’s good for the olympics is alright in the pulpit

I can’t say I’ve been watching all that much of the Olympics. But I did pick up on Digby Jones, Baron Jones of Birmingham taking

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