Dear readers, before we begin this review, I need to teach you a little bit of theology. All will become apparent once we have made a bit of theological and historical progress, so gird your loins, pick up your Bibles and let’s learn all about antinomianism.
“Anti-what”, I hear you say? “My mother hasn’t got . . . → Read More: Review – Pure Grace
Can children do liturgy? Well according to Margaret Pritchard Houston yes they can and she’s written a book to prove it. Through a number of creative non-Eucharistic liturgies, “There is a Season” maps out how churches and schools can celebrate key festivals with children and make them attractive and accessible.
Let’s begin with the positives – . . . → Read More: Review – There is a Season
Really looking forward to reviewing this in a few weeks time.
Shhhh. There’s a word that you don’t often hear mentioned in Christian circles. To even utter its syllables can lead to frowns, circumspection and a point blank refusal to invite you to come and speak again (trust me on this one). What’s the word?
There, I said it. You now know that this blog . . . → Read More: Review – Sexual Healing
I like Alister McGrath.
There, I’ve said it. It’s not that he was Principal whilst I was at Wycliffe Hall a decade ago and it isn’t that he was my lecturer on Doctrine during that time, the course that I enjoyed the most. It’s not that he wrote an awesome book debunking Dawkins and it isn’t that . . . → Read More: Review – Faith and the Creeds