Guest Post: The Reformed (Assistant) Pastor

This is a guest post by Iain Clements, minister at Latimer Congregational Church in Beverley. Views expressed in this article are the author’s and do

The primary focus of our theological training

I am a firm believer in solid biblical and systematic theology. I think both are helpful to us when it comes to understanding the Bible.

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

Training & equipping in deprived communities

Music GCSE & theological training

For some reason, back when I doing my GCSEs, I thought it was a good idea to sit music. You may wonder what is wrong

Are theological colleges the servant of the church?

Alistair Wilson – of Edinburgh Theological Seminary – posted an interesting comment on academic essays. Following on from some discussion, prompted at least in part