Who decides what children should be taught?

I have already commented on the protests by Muslim parents outside Parkfield Community School in Birmingham. Since then, similar protests have been taking place outside

Four suggestions for theological education

I have commented before about the need for change in theological education. If we are going to serve those from deprived communities, and train those

In defence of preaching points

I regularly read Chris Green’s blog. I really like it and it often gets me thinking about the nuts and bolts of ministry (which is

The value of word-ministry is not necessarily seen in the short-term

Preaching is a funny old thing when you think about it. You stand at the front of a group of church members and try to

There isn’t a straight line between prayer and sermon efficacy

I have been troubled for some time now about the noises frequently made around the relationship of prayer and sermon efficacy. It has become common

Birmingham school suspends LGBT lessons: what are the issues at play?

Parkfield Community School in Saltley, Birmingham has been at the centre of a a fierce debate. The Assistant Headteacher, Andrew Moffat, has been teaching the

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