When the church is driven by pragmatism over gospel

Two stories have emerged from the world of British Anglicanism. One, on the face of it, appears better than the other. Both, however, are rather

It’s all a matter of trust

There is little more galling than being told by people you consider close brothers, either from from the same denominational family and affiliate groups or

The one thing worse than a church closing

‘I’d rather this church close down tomorrow than to see Christ not preached faithfully’. So stated our newly appointed elder, a former minister of Oldham

To be viewed with suspicion: a genuine question for my Anglican friends

I have a great deal of respect for my Anglican brothers and sisters. Many of them are plugging away in gospel work seeking to turn

Either CofE clergy are the only honest ones or they are most fundamentally out of touch

It’s not for me to pontificate on the Church of England’s woes. Nonetheless, I suspect Cranmer is right when he stated: You know that church

Archbishop of Canterbury considers the Reformation ‘damage done five centuries ago’

I get it when the Catholics say it, I really do. I mean, obviously I don’t agree with them. Nonetheless, I can see how you

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