Spiritual abuse and church culture

Does presbyterianism innoculate against abuse? I’m not convinced

Yesterday, I saw this somewhat bizarre comment on Twitter: “Mr. Hybels built a church independent of any denomination. In such churches, there is no larger

In defence of Twitter and online discussion

I have seen a load of comments bemoaning Twitter of late and the reality of online discussion in general. Truth be told, I do get

Have we adopted the same implicit bias in the church that led to the abuse against the poor in Rochdale and Oldham?

He was the larger than life local hero; they were non-entities locked in the care system who were deemed unreliable witnesses. He was the self-made,

We don’t need new law, just to apply existing rules

This should hardly need saying, but it seems it does need saying. Verbally abusing people is vile and unacceptable. It is not OK and should

Does Evangelical theology inculcate abuse Pt II: is penal substitution to blame?

Five days ago, Giles Fraser argued that the current abuse scandal surrounding the Church of England can be reasonably considered to be the fault of

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