specks, planks and the culture of sanctimony

If you want to read articles about Christians lamenting the state of twitter, you don’t have to look too far. I understand the caution and

Honest conversation partners do not report alternate views to the police for hate speech

Ben John, on Christian Concern’s website, has created this video responding to the Living in Love and Faith project (LLF) embarked upon by the Church

If we can’t have a discussion, what’s the point of being on twitter?

Yesterday, I was in a discussion with a bunch of different folk on twitter. The specific discussion isn’t that important, to be honest. If you

Who gets to define terms?

Protests following the George Floyd killing in Minneapolis have continued across America and around the world protests of solidarity also continue unabated. I don’t intend

Jacob Rees-Mogg, Grenfell & how we can do the same in the church

Yesterday, Jacob Rees-Mogg got into trouble for making the following comments: Most of the frustration has centred on what Rees-Mogg called, ‘common sense.’ It appears

Freedom to speak; wisdom not to speak

In true political fashion, somebody has said something and a lot of other people are up in arms that they dared to say it. That

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