Like it or not, perception matters and it is often formed by experience

I remember when the story first emerged regarding Judah Adunbi. For those who don’t know, Adunbi worked as a race relations officer in Bristol, seeking

Question Time, perception formed by experience and implications for the church

On Thurday night’s Question Time programme, things kicked off a bit. Here is the pertinent section of the programme: ”The UK is one of the

No grace, even for the repentant, in the new moral order

Yesterday, it was reported that Jared O’Mara – the Labour MP who pulled off a surprise victory to unseat Nick Clegg in the Sheffield Hallam

An important question in Muslim-Christian dialogue

Last Friday, we held our regular Muslim-Christian Dialogue or ‘Cultural Evening’. Though we usually pick a topic, deliver presentations and then open up for discussions,

Have we adopted the spiritual version of Jamie Oliver’s food-drive in our churches?

I read an interesting piece from last week’s┬áTimes (paywall). The piece lambasts Jamie Oliver’s continued demonisation of the working classes based on their dietary decisions.

How can we increase diversity in Evangelical leadership?

In my first post, I looked at some of the stats on diversity within Evangelicalism. Though diversity within the FIEC is in line with the

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