Book Review: Looking Shame in the Eye

Having read Curt Thompson’s The Soul of Shame and Paul Mallard’s Invest Your Disappointments, I’ve been keenly aware of the need for theologically and emotionally honest books about the reality of life. Today I want to share some thoughts and quotes on … Continued

Book Review: Why We Belong

This review originally appeared in the Churchman Journal, and was published in 2014. With a Reformed Baptist background, an Anglican wife and postgraduate education, and a Vineyard present, I approached this multi-perspective volume with interest. The editors have done thoughtful Christians a … Continued

Thinking Carefully about Spiritual Abuse

Following recent revelations publicly about a leading Anglican evangelical and abuse, and with a new book about Spiritual Abuse just published, I was prompted again (whilst reading Escaping the Maze of Spiritual Abuse) of the need to think carefully about this … Continued

An Interview with Natalie Collins

Regular readers will know that interviews and guest posts are much more interesting than hearing me waffle – even when I disagree with what they say. Natalie is a Gender Justice Specialist, and her new book [which you can preorder!] … Continued

Top Reads: January 2019

Whilst you might be bored of my reading recommendations – having just shared my Top Ten Books of 2018, and indeed a brief summary of everything I read last year, I’m still trying to read more broadly and widely. So, … Continued

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