Unity apart from the gospel isn’t worth uniting over

We have been continuing our series in Acts. This week we considered the episode in which Paul and Barnabas separate from one another, asking the

How seriously does God take his holiness and how does this affect the church today?

Yesterday, we continued our series in Numbers. This week we were considering the role of the Levites and specifically the ramifications of God’s holiness for

Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign and what it has to say about two-stage separation

I have watched on over recent weeks as Jeremy Corbyn has been associated with “Jew-haters“, conspiracy theorists, murderers, Holocaust deniers and other terrorists and extremists. In

The first female bishop is the Anglican’s AV referendum. The second may cause further issues

Having only just appointed the first, the CofE have now appointed a second female bishop. The Guardian report Rev Canon Alison White will accept a bishopric

What do the Scottish Independence referendum and the Anglican Church have in common?

To the great relief of some and the consternation of others (on both sides of the border), Scotland have voted “no” in the independence referendum. The

Steve Chalke, Evangelical Alliance & why Cranmer is wrong about a new schism

Yesterday, the Archbishop Cranmer blog commented on the expulsion of the Oasis Trust from the Evangelical Alliance (EA). EA have released a statement regarding the issue. Oasis

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