If you want to understand the role of the pastor, you can do much worse than read this book

I recently bought Jared Wilson’s The Pastor’s Justification on the recommendation of another seasoned minister. I am only early on in the book but it is already

A trivia quiz is not adequate to determine the beliefs of asylum seekers

The BBC recently reported that asylum seekers are being consistently assessed on the veracity of their faith by way of bible trivia. For those of

Is York Minster right to allow Zen meditation as an offered service?

It was surprising to see the mainstream media pick up on the issue of York Minster offering Zen Buddhist meditation classes. You can read a

What does it actually mean to believe in the sufficiency of scripture?

Before we can begin looking at the doctrine of scriptural sufficiency, it would help to work out what it actually is. Let’s be clear from the

When the church acts like Morrisons

Of all the cities to hack off en masse, as every editor of The Sun newspaper since 1989 will tell you, Liverpool is a poor choice. The

Flattery and ingratiation are self-serving sins that damage the church

  This may come as something of a shock: Christians are not supposed to be people full of pride. Gospel-centred sermons typically teach that the sinner

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