How to kill a church

I have just finished reading Mark Ashton’s excellent little book Christ and His People: Eight convinctions about the local church. It is a very short little

Why Cranmer is wrong on persecution

It was reported yesterday that Sister Sarah Kuteh – a nurse of some 15 years experience – was sacked for gross misconduct. Apparently, her heinous unprofessionalism was

God’s indwelling presence: a review

If you have followed this blog for any time, you may well be familiar with some of my musings on the indwelling of the Spirit

Calling out false teachers is not unloving but rebuking your leaders for doing so might be

“For there are many insubordinate, both idle talkers and deceivers, especially those of the circumcision, whose mouths must be stopped, who subvert whole households, teaching

The tyranny of liberalism inculcates illiberal counter-extremism measures

If you cannot conceive why so many people are pleased that Jeremy Corbyn has won the Labour leadership election, the reasons are plethora. One major

In defence of cold-contact evangelism

I was listening to the podcast at the Blazing Centre blog which included a snippet asking the question ‘is cold-contact evangelism a good idea?’ (the segment

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