EN article: Why I believe sound Evangelicals should quit the C of E

After a period of separation, I took the decision to divorce completely from the CofE earlier this year. There were several specific incidents that led to the decision that I shan’t expand on here, but this article articulates some of the underlying issues… I have been asked to write a regular column for Evangelicals Now. […]

Planes, Trains and Asinine sermons

If your sermon could be preached at a local mosque or synagogue, it is not authentically Christian. If you only mention Jesus in such a way as a Muslim could agree with everything you say, you have not preached a Christian sermon… Planes, Trains and Asinine sermons

Lord Save Us From the BBC

If you search for “Lent Talks 2020” – as I did the other day – seeking something suitably insightful, inspiring & edifying; something that will deepen your appreciation for & adoration of the Lord Jesus, then near the top of the results you’ll find the BBC lent talks. So far, so good. Sounds promising. Then […]

Praying for the Persecuted Church : Burkina Faso

This lent I am using resources provided by @BarnabusFund to pray & fast for the persecuted Church. Each day is challenging & humbling – reading of the terrible suffering of my brothers & sisters in Christ endure for His name’s sake. (There is a recurring theme to most of the persecution, but like the recurring […]

Anything But Christian: Why Millennials Leave the Church

Interesting article (via Milo, in his own inimitable style). But I’m left with as many questions as I am answers. I can’t help wondering if the problem isn’t with the Church so much as it is with the millenials themselves : spoilt, narcissistic, capricious… Or, most likely, some combination of the two. Maybe I’m just […]