Snippets from the interweb (30th June 2019)

What would reform of the Church of England take? Stephen Watkinson – a Church of England minister in Rochdale – asks some tough questions of

The allure of whatever makes my life easier

I’m going to call it. Many of the decisions that we make – whether in ministry posts or as members of the church – revolve

Guest Post: The Reformed (Assistant) Pastor

This is a guest post by Iain Clements, minister at Latimer Congregational Church in Beverley. Views expressed in this article are the author’s and do

Should Romans 15:7 flatten Paedo/Baptist distinctive on membership?

If we are called to ‘welcome one another in love’ (cf. Rom 15:7) shouldn’t we be admitting to membership those who we can affirm as

Folau, GoFundMe, discrimination and feigning progress

I have previously written about the Israel Folau case here and here. I don’t intend to offer any more comment on the case itself because

State imposed abortion is a terrifying development

On Friday, the Catholic Herald reported the story of a woman with a ‘moderately severe’ learning disorder who has been ordered by a court to

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