Should the sermon or the Lord’s Supper be the focal point of the Sunday meeting? Yes.
Scripture and Tradition are sometimes thought of by evangelicals as two opposing authorities, but how might we try to read them together to work out what the apostles taught? Here, I take a stab at offering some principles, with worked examples, for understanding Scripture and Tradition together.
Just as Christ fulfils the offices of prophet, priest, and kings, so his body, the church continues his prophetic, priestly, and kingly work in the world.
Many say that we have to pay first attention to the original audience and the human author to understand the Scriptures. But who are they, anyway? And does that audience relate to the events that they were reading about in Scripture?
I suspect that, deep down, a lot of people become Anglican clergy because they like dressing up. Should they?
The Church of England’s Evangelical Council released a video of sexuality. What might it have missed?
Gay marriage is an aftershock: the real shift in the Church of England’s theology of marriage has already happened.
How did the earliest Christians think about leadership, justification, and the eucharist?
A few thoughts on how live when pleasure becomes business.