Acts 29 and re-assessing our culture

By now, news about Acts 29’s latest failure in leadership has spread far and wide. I first saw the news in an article published at

Why there still might be cultural issues though we don’t realise it

I recently wrote a couple of articles on class and the church. The first looked at some of the things people hear when we talk

Brazil censor the First Temptation of Christ; but more freedom is the answer, not less

I have previously commented on the blasphemous Netflix show The First Temptation of Christ here. That was my case, not for banning the programme, but

What we’re not saying

Sometimes, in the discussions on class and the church, what we are actually saying and what people hear are two very different things. It is

Don’t ban The First Temptation of Christ, just don’t watch it

Stephen McAlpine has written a post calling on Christians not to throw their Netflix subscription in the bin just yet. You can read it here.

For further progress, we need a new narrative

Long-term and regular readers will know that I have commented with some frequency about Evangelicalism – particularly Conservative Evangelicalism – and our deficiencies in reaching

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