A small, yet significant, distinction

“Continue steadfastly in prayer, being watchful in it with thanksgiving. At the same time, pray also for us, that God may open to us a

John RW Stott – In memorium

John Stott, one of the most respected and influential Evangelical teachers of the modern age, died yesterday aged 90. In a 1992 article, John Piper

Religious liberty in public life

The chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, Sir Trevor Philips, has argued there needs to be ‘reasonable accommodation’ of religion and belief in law.

Faith, State and Social Action

I came across this video piece at The Guardian yesterday. It relates to some of the social action undertaken by Frontlline Church in Liverpool; a church which

The end is nigh (or not)

The Independent has reported that the world as we know it will end today. To be fair, The Independent has not exactly endorsed this suggestion but is rather

Dawkins is a coward (and it must be true – it’s in a mainstream broadsheet)

A longstanding argument between Dr Richard Dawkins and supporters of Dr William Lane Craig was recently reported in The Telegraph. Despite Craig holding doctorates in

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