What can the church learn from the seven MP split from Labour?

Once again it is hard times in the Labour Party. In scenes reminiscent of the early 80s, when the Gang of Four broke away to

Doctrinal stomach problems

I have no problem, whatsoever, taking Jesus’ decree in Mark 7:19 to heart. When he said ‘all foods’, I am down with that. Now, I

Why we need to think about ecclesiology and polity more than we care to admit

One of the problems with our lack of thought on ecclesiology is that things are usually fine until they start going wrong. We don’t like

RC Sproul proves God does not exist

Again, I’ve had a fairly busy weekend. Good, but busy. Fortunately, YouTube always has some solid videos to watch. I’ve seen this before but I

Don’t just argue by reference to historic confessions

I’m all for decent confessions of faith. There are several historic ones that have served the church well, particularly within the reformed tradition. There is

Need to build trust? Affiliate wisely

As a small and largely unknown church, it is important for us to build links with partners who can help us with human and financial

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