Bromsgrove, Nigel Farage and fact checking asylum claims

Recently, the village my wife grew up in found its way into the news. Nigel Farage took it upon himself to “expose” the fact that

It’s OK to disagree sometimes

Few of us liked being disagreed with not least because we think we are right about stuff. That is, of course, the nature of believing

Catholic school sack teacher for affirming catholic orthodoxy

Another free speech issue has come up in the press. This time, it is a teacher in a Catholic school, daring to affirm his view

Lessons the church can learn about process from the conservative party

Reports are currently circulating about a Conservative Party MP who has been accused of, and is currently being investigated by police on account of, rape.

Online content and The ministries we consider vital

I have been struck by just how many of us, and how quickly at that, we have poured our time and energy into online content.

Snippets from the interweb (2nd August 2020)

A tale of two buildings – The Hagia Sophia and the Free Church manse David Robertson: ‘I have no problem with there being different religions

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