How is giving people books they don’t really understand fulfiling our pastoral responsibility?

Yesterday, I wrote about making theology accessible. A lot of people seem to want to do that but seem to have a very different understanding

Accessibility: I don’t think that word means what you think it means

There has been a bit of chat on twitter about Systematic Theologies. It all started with a thread taking a pop at Grudem. I don’t

If Christian books are often bland (and they are), why would we do the same to our conversations?

A lot of Christian writing is pretty bland and boring. I wrote about this phemonena here. But, if you don’t want to take my word

Why is so much Christian writing bland?

Nobody really wants to say it, but it’s true isn’t it? So much Christian writing is ultimately quite bland. The big question is why? It’s

Being a Christian – review

The good folks at Evangelical Times have reviewed my book: Being a Christian. Here is a short quote: This book is well written, God centred,

Reaching Iranians and Farsi resources

Those who have followed this blog for some time will know that we have a sizeable Iranian community with us. We currently function bi-lingually with

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