Don’t make Brexit conversations the model for evangelistic ones

If Brexit has taught us anything, I suspect it is two things. First, we are all prone to listening to ‘facts’ that happen to support

If it saves even one life

The Guardian report that Volvo are planning to cap the top speed of their vehicles across the range to 112 mph. I don’t drive a

Why I loathe the false dichotomy of win the person or win the argument

I’m sure you’ve found yourself in a discussion and, at some point, somebody throws out the line, ‘you’re more concerned about winning the argument.’ It

Depression as manipulation

Long time followers of this blog will know that I have suffered from some fairly serious depressive episodes. You can use the search function to

Why did Evangelicals Now publish this letter?

My friend alerted me to this letter that had been published in the latest edition of Evangelicals Now. If you are able to access it,

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