Lent Blogs for LCM

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Having reviewed a couple of Lent books – one which Justin Welby liked but I didn’t like, and one that gloried in the biblical vision of the Cross – I was inspired to write about Lent. I had to do … Continued

Thoughts on Recommending a Book

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As someone who tries to read a reasonable amount, and also reviews books quite regularly, I occasionally get emails like this: “I’m looking for a Christmas present for my theologically literate son in law  Just wondering what’s the best book … Continued

Red Lines, and a Better Story

It appears to some that the Church of England has (finally?) crossed a red line, for those of us (within and without) who hold to an orthodox anthropology and theology around issues of identity. Yesterday saw some ‘pastoral guidance‘ published, … Continued

Some Theological Thoughts from 2018

From time to time I’m fortunate to be in spaces and places that I find simultaneously very enjoyably and utterly terrifying. Other times, I find myself at academic theological conferences, of various kinds, presenting papers. I’m keen to keep my … Continued

DTLC: A Kingdom Theology of Suffering

As I alluded to in a recent blog post, my wife Amy and I recently hosted three ‘theology-themed’ evening services at our local Church, South West London Vineyard. This is the edited text of the talk we prepared together, and … Continued

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