‘I must go on boasting. Though there is nothing to be gained by it, I will go on to visions and revelations of the Lord…’— 2 Corinthians 12v1 Last week, the Rt. Rev. Dr. Steven Croft, the Bishop of Oxford, published a pamphlet entitled Together in Love and Faith, in which he argued that the time hadContinue reading “Choosing a Reliable Guide: Bishop Steven Croft or St Paul the Apostle”
Should the sermon or the Lord’s Supper be the focal point of the Sunday meeting? Yes.
Self-control is not just about learning not to be controlled by our desires, it is also about learning not to allow ourselves to be controlled by other people.
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.
English conservative evangelicalism is in crisis. G. K. Chesterton’s honest, insightful, and hopeful hymn gives us the appropriate words for this moment.
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?
Covid-19 has forced some tough decisions. A lot of people say closing churches is a way to show our neighbours we love them. But what else might it say? And what might keeping churches open say?
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?