Book Review: Live Like Jesus

I write this review as someone committed both personally and theologically to the Vineyard movement, and the health of Vineyard theology, as well as the wider pursuit of Jesus. This book, Live Like Jesus, is a difficult book to review, and … Continued

Book Review: A Readers Guide to Calvin’s Institutes

This book review is of a book that should aid you in reading one of the books that (other than the Bible) has had more of an influence on Western Protestant theology, and definitely evangelical theology, than any other. That … 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

DTLC: Sexuality Part 2

You might have seen my post earlier this year about ‘Doing Theology in the Local Church‘, and the three rough scripts of talky-bits that I delivered as a result. One of the big questions that came out from our first term … Continued

Book Review: So Great a Salvation

This book piqued my interest as it concerns one thing that I am fascinated by – soteriology, ie what it means when we talk about being saved – and a concept I am increasingly engaging with, namely theological reflection from … Continued

Book Review: Luther’s Gospel

Graham Tomlin’s new book in Luther is an interesting one to read. Dense, beautifully written, provocative and encouraging, Luther’s Gospel: Reimagining the Wolrd invites the reader to think carefully about the great reformer and what he said. After a helpful … Continued

Book Review: God and the Transgender Debate

One of the most contentious conversations in our culture continues to be at the intersection of faith, identity, and what it means to be human. One particular flashpoint is issues under the umbrella of ‘Trans*’, and questions of Gender Identity. … Continued

Book Review: Sin, Grace and Free Will Vol. 1

One of the nice things about my eclectic interests and ecclesially broad employment to date is that sometime books appear in print that friends have written – in the case of the book I’m reviewing today, I remember being enthused … Continued