First, Julie Rogers has been thinking about identity and sexuality. Toward the end of my time speaking with Exodus, I started publicly saying I was “gay”. I didn’t plan on using that label to describe my experience, but it came …

Two thoughts from the Sermon on the Mount Read more »

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I remember when Trystan Owain Hughes trained alongside me at Wycliffe Hall – he was already a problem. Here was a man who had come to seminary from being the head of Theology at Trinity University College, Carmathen, Wales. What …

Review – The Compassion Quest Read more »

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Ash Wednesday. Traditionally a time to stop, reflect, begin the preparation for the great celebration of Easter and finally to apply some unique flattering forehead make-up. Two years ago at this time in the Church’s annual cycle, as a family …

Stepping Back Read more »

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On Friday night / Saturday morning, while sitting in hospital with one of Gayle’s relatives I managed to read Francis Chan’s “Erasing Hell” (which was partially written as a response to Rob Bell’s Love Wins). One particular passage on pages …

The God of Job and Jeremiah Read more »

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