Sheffield – Bishop’s Statement

Bishop Steven Croft of Sheffield Diocese has made a further statement on the ordinations.

On Sunday 10th February I received a short note informing me that Pete Jackson had been ordained in Kenya the previous day to serve the Church plant in Walkley in Sheffield. This news was a complete surprise.

“In 2003, Christ Church . . . → Read More: Sheffield – Bishop’s Statement

Facing the Reality

Conservatives in the (Presbyterian) Church of Scotland have produced a video on the subject of human sexuality, and it’s really very good.

There is also a website where the video can be downloaded in a high-spec format or a DVD ordered.

Steve Chalke Dodging the Crucial Question

When I had a public conversation with Steve Chalke last month, one of the questions I asked him was how he was going to handle people like myself. Where do people who choose to be celibate fit into your model? What about those of us who see some form of sexual orientation change or who . . . → Read More: Steve Chalke Dodging the Crucial Question

More on the Sheffield Spat

The advantage of having such a widely read public forum to ask questions in is that you then get answers. A number of people have written to me to clarify some of the issues around yesterday’s post on the irregular ordination of a Sheffield pastor.

It appears, contrary to the impression I may have given, . . . → Read More: More on the Sheffield Spat

A Little Spat in Sheffield

Many of you by now will have seen the press release from Anglican Mainstream about the ordination of a pastor from Sheffield by a Kenyan bishop.

Nearly 10 years later both parent and daughter churches have continued to grow numerically and partnered one another in mission to the city. An expression of this partnership was . . . → Read More: A Little Spat in Sheffield

Hope's Song

Coherent theology from Veggie Tales and Rebecca St James.

“And if it is true, what does it change?” – Exactly the question everyone needs to answer

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