Over the years I’ve collected a lot of information on this blog about the whole arena of sexual ethics and the constant battle Christians face to maintain the ethics that have formed them since its inception. So why keep focusing on this area? David Lamb
Sweden says, say what? So Sweden has found itself in the spotlight thanks to a certain reference in a certain speech by a certain buffoon president. It seems Mr Trump gets his international perspective the same way the rest of us do, by watching TV.
Just a few items today…I’m getting harder to please. On Synod, sexuality, and not ‘Taking note’ I’m not an Anglican and honestly find it hard to understand so much fighting over an institution but for those that care, Ian Paul gives his account of yesterdays goings
As a church we’ve been working through 1 Thessalonians (1,2,3,4) and the final chapter 5 raised a whole ton of questions and insights. Here are just a few of them. Jesus will return Don’t get caught up with dates & times of the coming of Christ –
A little late with this today – that’s just the way it goes sometimes. Winners of the 2017 World Press Photo Contest These photos tell a compelling story of our world and some are definitely not for the faint-hearted. The 2017 Underwater Photographer of the
On Monday I posted about the not quite so astonishing growth of the early church and today I read a post by Tim Keller on the same subject. Keller writes, Christianity did not adapt to culture in order to gain more adherents, but neither did it
Happy totally-commercialised-day-to-celebrate-romantic-relationships, because you know we need a day for that. Abseiling thieves Thieves abseiled (!) into a London warehouse, avoided motion detector alarms and made off with over 160 items worth around £2 million. Those items? Rare books. All Editors are Not the Same,
I’ve recently finished reading Alan Hirsch’s The Forgotten Ways which is a fascinating book and like many books he wrestles with the question of the decline of the church in the West and what can be done to reverse it. Like many (myself included) he advocates that