The appropriateness and inappropriateness of foot-washing

Today, churches around the world will gear up for Maundy Thursday meals and services. The word maundy derives from the Latin mandatum and references the mandatum novum (new

By all means change your doctrine, but don’t you dare change the chairs!

The Church of England is a funny old fellow. No sooner had the debacle on blessing same-sex marriages died down a little does an even

A true gospel vision must start by welcoming all people from anywhere

I’ve written recently about the problem of comfortable, middle class Christians refusing to move to those areas that are perhaps deemed less salubrious. You can

Either CofE clergy are the only honest ones or they are most fundamentally out of touch

It’s not for me to pontificate on the Church of England’s woes. Nonetheless, I suspect Cranmer is right when he stated: You know that church

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

Can credobaptists consistently accept paedobaptists into membership?

I have recently seen three articles relating to traditional credobaptist views on baptism. Firstly, Bill Kynes at The Gospel Coalition outlines his view as a

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