Should we have Remembrance Sunday in church?

I had an interesting discussion with somebody on social media the other day. The question was posed this way: What’s the rationale behind dissenters doing

It’s all a matter of trust

There is little more galling than being told by people you consider close brothers, either from from the same denominational family and affiliate groups or

Why Christians should be involved in public life

Yesterday I wrote about the resignation of Tim Farron as leader of the Liberal Democrats. I titled the postĀ Tim Farron has resigned, proving it is

Is there a distinction between elders and pastors?

There are three primary principles laid down in scripture relating to the working relationship of elders: Eldership ought to be plural All New Testament churches

To be viewed with suspicion: a genuine question for my Anglican friends

I have a great deal of respect for my Anglican brothers and sisters. Many of them are plugging away in gospel work seeking to turn

When politics apes the church (or when the church apes politics)

I wrote this over a month ago but made it a private post. It is now publicly available. In today’sĀ Guardian, Jeremy Corbyn is quoted as