Current Liberal narratives stoke tensions and facilitate divide and rule

Following the toppling of Edward Colston’s statue in Bristol, the following sculpture soon found itself next to the empty plinth: As Paul Embery remarked on

About those statues

In yesterday’s post, I wrote about how nuance was difficult to come by these days. Twitter once again did a sterling job of proving the

Who gets to define terms?

Protests following the George Floyd killing in Minneapolis have continued across America and around the world protests of solidarity also continue unabated. I don’t intend

Four reasons we don’t want to plant homogeneous churches

Our context has a very high proportion of First generation South Asian, and British South Asian-heritage, Muslims. Our council ward of St Mary’s has c.

Three stories that mean we are about to have a discussion about racism

I am fairly confident we are heading towards a discussion on racism. Discussions tend to crop up when several stories come at once and start

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

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