Why the cancellation of Franklin Graham should concern us all

One of the difficulties of being a free speech advocate is that you inevitably find yourself defending people you don’t agree with. That is, after

A clergy letter proving the point

I previously wrote about the re-issuing of the Church of England’s guidelines on marriage and civil partnerships. You can read the full post here. But

EN article: The surprising problem of freedom

I have been asked to write a regular column for Evangelicals Now. The latest article (my original, unedited version) is below. Most of us claim

Snippets from the interweb (26th January 2020)

Not our problem? ‘I wonder whether we are happy to help the poor in other parts of the world because that keeps them at a

Wiggling in a load of fudge

The Church of England has issued some ‘pastoral advice’ that sex is only for heterosexual married couple. Whilst I have no doubt that there will

Why we shouldn't ditch the traditional sermon just yet

Calls for us to ditch sermons are nothing new. I remember people saying these sorts of these things when I was a young lad. More

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