God’s power made perfect in weakness (even in this small way)

It is Easter Monday. The last day of the Easter period (mainly noted here because Easter Sunday is a bank holiday and so it stands

Free speech means nothing without the right to offend

The latest edition of Evangelicals Now carries an article which asks the question should free speech include the right to intentionally offend? Disappointingly, the author seems

How do you sell God in the 21st Century? More Heaven; less Hell

I came across this article in today’s Guardian online. The piece recounts a conservative Evangelical journey away from their faith. It outlines the story of

Tony Miano arrested for ‘hate’ speech – full video and police transcript

Yesterday, I posted a link regarding the recent arrest of Tony Miano – an American street evangelist preaching outside Wimbledon.Since then, a full video of the

Two separate and independent thoughts on freedom in Britain

Here are two interesting posts on freedom in Britain:The first, from Andy’s Study, discusses the ongoing Edward Snowden saga and how the British  government seem

Preaching and applying narrative

Graham Goldsworthy, in Gospel and Kingdom, rightly warned away from mining the narratives of scripture for moral lessons. Nevertheless, on this approach, how do we

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