Peace on earth and goodwill to all men, unless you happen to be a low-paid school cleaner

As we know, Christmas is the time we remember the incarnation. It is the time of year we remember the coming of God into our

Should we extend Sunday trading: our answer shows what we value

When the right-wing Archbishop Cranmer blog lines up right alongside The Guardian, USDAW, several Labour leadership candidates and TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady one knows something has gone awry.

Changing the definition of child poverty: Right move, wrong motive and mendacious cover

Much has been made of David Cameron and Iain Duncan Smith’s latest proposal to alter the definition of child poverty. The current definition states a

Why you must do the hard work of thinking about scripture

“Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will

4 ways community, fellowship and hospitality will cost us

We talk an awful lot about community, fellowship, hospitality and friendship in our church. In truth, there is no pretending that fostering genuine community –

"Christian" assemblies and cake

This week has seen a furore over a couple of, dare I say, non-issues. In the first, the Bishop of Oxford, the Rt Rev’d John

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