Four things pastors are not called to do

Being a pastor is an interesting job. Suggestions abound as to what the job actually entails and agreement upon those things is not common. Most pastors

Asylum seeker dispersal is little more than a perceived problem with a simple solution

In today’s Guardian, it has been reported that a commons select committee has called for asylum seekers to be housed in the UK shire counties. The

Why Socialism isn’t evil (once again): a response to Rick Phillips

Another day, another Christian denouncing Socialism. This time Rick Phillips offers his thoughts at the Reformation 21 blog in the piece titled Socialism is Evil.

Rupert Myers’ response to creationists misunderstands both Young Earth Creationism & the “literal” hermeneutic

In a recent and troubling piece in The Telegraph about Dan Walker’s appointment as presenter of BBC Breakfast, Rupert Myers registered some concern because Dan has self-identified

Should the Church of England pray for Richard Dawkins?

Richard Dawkins pulled out of a speaking tour of Australia and New Zealand last week after suffering a minor stroke. In response, the Church of

Five reasons why I avoid Lent

As we have just embarked on the lenten season, many of my Christian friends – both Anglican and Free Church alike – have dutifully set

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