Almost missed it, but I’m in this weekend’s Church Times and it’s a perfect spot as dusk falls on Reformation Day. Turn with me to page 12…
What are the reasons for there being no statutory fees for baptisms in a parish church other than the £12 fee for a certificate? When was this last . . . → Read More: In the Church Times
Just so you know where I stand on the issue…
Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott, Ein gute Wehr und Waffen. Er hilft uns frei aus aller Not, Die uns jetzt hat betroffen. Der alt böse Feind, Mit Ernst er’s jetzt meint. Groß Macht und viel List Sein grausam Rüstung ist. Auf Erd . . . → Read More: A Mighty Fortress
It’s been three weeks now since Zachary’s funeral and during that time we’ve been reflecting on what the purpose of his life was. Although you can place infinite value on his 17 week mortal existence, is it a harder task to discern what purpose lay behind his life, in God letting him be conceived and . . . → Read More: Zachary’s Purpose
There’s a very interesting dialogue (I use the term “dialogue” in its loosest form) going on at the moment between Fulcrum and Stand Firm on the subject of the Evangelical Church’s expression of its doctrine of marriage in the wider society. In particular, Matt K at Stand Firm took exception to a portion of a . . . → Read More: A Tight Balancing Act
I’m quickly becoming a big fan of Andrew Marin. Here’s a new video of him exploring some key issues around sexuality. Thought provoking stuff.