Preaching, application and the sins of your people

Hardly a pastor I know has not, at some point, been asked whether something they said in their preaching was aimed at someone in particular.

The gnosticism of legalism

When legalism rears its head, gnosticism is usually lurking around somewhere. There is a strong dualistic tendency that very often paints ‘spiritual’ things as good

Connecting theological college to ordinary people: a response to Dan Strange

The latest issue of Themelios is out. You can read the whole thing here. But I wanted to offer some comments on Dan Strange’s article:

If God desires all people to be saved, why aren’t they?

This is good, and it is pleasing in the sight of God our Saviour, who desires all people to be saved and to come to the

Bad interviews & bad preaching: three questions to ask (and answer) when preaching

Somebody highlighted the following clip from Sky News on Twitter. They hailed it as a great example of not giving politicians an inch. Personally, I

Snippets from the interweb (19th April 2020)

What makes a church a church? Jonathan Leeman offers a helpful answer. Did God die on Good Friday? This is a question we get asked

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