Vicky Beeching, Undivided, and Jayne Ozanne, Just Love: A review essay

  The era of ‘gay and evangelical’ has, it seems, arrived in Britain. A number of American authors have been arguing that the two are compatible for a few years now, but the last few weeks have seen the publication of two books likely to have a far greater impact here in Britain: the autobiographies … Continue reading Vicky Beeching, Undivided, and Jayne Ozanne, Just Love: A review essay

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A Letter to Harry and Meghan: on human love and God’s love

Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex 22nd May 2018   Your Royal Highnesses As a Christian minister, I am writing to you first, to congratulate you on your wedding and to assure you of the prayers of our church. It is our great desire that God should bless you through your marriage … Continue reading A Letter to Harry and Meghan: on human love and God’s love

Responding to fifty years of abortion: Addressing the whole issue

This is a slightly edited version of an article I originally posted in 2015. The original can be found here. Fifty years since the passing into law of the Abortion act on 27th October 1967, the necessity of Christians protesting about the appalling barbarity of a society which kills its children has not decreased. Abortion … Continue reading Responding to fifty years of abortion: Addressing the whole issue

Can Christianity harm you? More than you could possibly imagine.

The Christian Union of Balliol College Oxford has been banned from the Freshers Fair because of fears about the impact Christianity could have on the lives of freshers. It sounds like they’ve been doing an excellent job.   Balliol College Oxford JCR, the body that represents students, has reportedly banned the college Christian Union from … Continue reading Can Christianity harm you? More than you could possibly imagine.