Forgiveness, reconciliation and why forgiving the repentant is just

Yesterday, I published an article about forgiveness without repentance. I asked the question whether the Bible insists that we forgive people who haven’t repented (TL:DR

Does the Bible call us to unilateral forgiveness without repentance?

A couple of days ago, I read an article in The Times titled, ‘Why a refusal to forgive can be the most powerful action of

The real offence is grace

Over a month ago, a court video of Brandt Jean went viral. Jean’s brother, Botham, had been shot and killed by Amber Guyger. Guyger, an

What is the worst that could happen? Not receiving your eternal asylum

What’s the worst thing that could possibly happen? So went the question my fellow elder asked. We were having a discussion about our Iranian contingent

A few thoughts on that Liam Neeson interview

If you haven’t come across it, you can read the interview in the Independent here. If you can’t be bothered to read all that, you

Repentance, church discipline and being driven by the gospel

I read this article by Duncan Forbes this week. In it, Duncan asks the question, why is repentance so hard? The post was prompted by

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