Brexit, disenfranchisement and unavoidable consequences

Recent goings on in parliament have put me in mind of this video from Yes Minister. It continues to be remarkably current despite being about

One vital argument for the left to consider as you head to the EU polls

Today is D-day. Keep your hair on, I’m not making reference to the war – it’s just a turn of phrase. I know Remainers hate

Banging on about Brexit to the banker: my rejoinder to Jeremy Marshall

One thing I learnt from Jeremy Marshall’s reply to my post here (his original you can read here) is to discover that Oldham and Sevenoaks felt

Unsurprising headline of the week: a banker from Sevenoaks and a pastor from Oldham disagree on the EU

My pal, Jeremy Marshall, recently wrote some thoughts on Brexit. I put the following assessment on twitter: He sent me this tongue-in-cheek reply back: As

How do I know when a doctrinal issue is important enough to break fellowship?

Al Mohler has helpfully encouraged us all to consider theological triage. Mohler distinguishes between first, second and third order doctrines. First-order doctrines are those things that

I voted #Brexit. The Supreme Court judgement is exactly what I voted for.

It is unfortunate that I need to open up with these caveats, but here we go. I did not vote brexit because I am a racist.