Four facts that undergird the case for the resurrection

I know Easter is now over, but its importance for the Christian faith – indeed, its importance altogether – doesn’t just melt away because the

The wrong side of history is a non-argument: Billy Graham a case in point

As a former history graduate, I have come to loathe the phrase ‘the wrong side of history’. I was particularly disheartened to see it employed

Happy winter festival? No, it’s definitely Christmas

I have, of late, grown weary of the constant talk of ‘winter festival’. I first noticed it this year on CBeebies of all places. My

500 years since the reformation – what’s the big deal?

Tonight, at Oldham Bethel Church, we will be holding our annual Light Party. It just so happens that Halloween, the Light Party being our alternative,

Beware the Elijah-complex: a lesson from history

As followers of this blog will know, or those of you who care enough to read the ‘About’ page, my formative Christian years were spent

The issues surrounding Iraq are not so straightforward

You don’t have to read much of the political comment on this blog to discover I am no great fan of Tony Blair. I am

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