Monthly Archives: August 2015

Intersex: A short primer

There was a time (actually not all that long ago) where it seemed that the issue of gender was fairly straightforward, there were two of them, one male and one female. Yet humans are far more complicated than that. This relates not so much to the

Living in the redzone

Recently I came across this tweet showing a map of the worldwide growth of the evangelical church. Interesting. “Growth Rate of Evangelical Christianity” worldwide HT @drmoorepic.twitter.com/GyZjX5ZWWn — Drew Dyck (@drewdyck) August 21, 2015 In the countries shaded blue the evangelical church is growing faster than the

Collected wisdom on the art of writing

I would love to write a book. Actually correct that, I would love someone to publish the books that I write (although it may not be all it’s cracked up to be). No, hold on – I would love people to read the books that

When the migrant crisis gets personal

When we close the books on 2015 and look at the big stories of the year, one of them will surely be the migration of millions of people from the Middle East and Africa to Europe. It is, I think, no exaggeration to say that we are