Modern church music need be neither cheesy nor theologically weak

Some time ago I wrote here on the topic of singing. The post focused predominantly on the style and manner in which we should/could sing in

The administration of baptism

I recently had two quite separate discussions regarding the administration of baptism. Both conversations seemed to revolve around the same key questions: When is it appropriate

Principles for guidance

Most Christians agree that seeking God’s guidance in their lives is thoroughly important and worthwhile. In the Bible, the words ‘guide’ and ‘guidance’ tend to

Blair v Hitchens: What’s the point?

The much publicised debate between Tony Blair and Christopher Hitchens took place a few days ago. For a review of the debate visit The Observer website.

Towards a conclusion on the Sabbath

I had become a little disaffected with discussion on the Sabbath. The choice was often presented between sabbatarianism strictly tied to Sunday and a fencing

Using the term ‘pastor’ as a title

For centuries, it has been the practice of the Catholic Church to set clergy apart from lay members by conferring on them the title ‘Father’

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