Being discerning and being critical are not the same thing

I’m sure you’ve met people who like to consider themselves particularly discerning. But so often, there seems to be a fine line between discernment and

The collapsed prosecution of soldiers A & C points to questions of consistency

Two days ago, the trial of two former paratroopers collapsed. The men, known as Solider A and Soldier C were acquitted of the murder of

Polity, pragmatism & partnership

On the use of NDAs by Christian organisations

Yesterday, The Times (paywall) reported about a Christian charity that gagged a whistleblower who revealed issues of workplace bullying and its handling of a sexual

Christians & conspiracy

I have noticed an awful lot of Christians buying into what amount to conspiracy theories. I’m not convinced it’s a majority by any stretch, but

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

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