We’ve had six councils declared overnight and the results are showing a definite pattern. Although the UKIP vote is rising quite dramatically across the country, it’s not rising in a targeted manner. Where UKIP have previously not contested a seat they have …

Election Results – Initial Analysis Read more »

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Here’s a brilliant video (courtesy of Jeff) which looks at the priesthood from the perspective of the Roman Catholic Church. There are various views of ordination and ministry that exist in the Church of England. Some evangelicals tend more towards …

Alter Christus? Read more »

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A few weeks ago my wife and I drove north to attend a friend’s wedding in Derbyshire. It was a great joy to be able join the two returned missionaries from Africa as they prepared to spend the rest of …

Marriage is not about Justice, but Jesus Read more »

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Now there’s a controversial title to a post if I ever saw one. I don’t expect what I write to be popular with everybody who reads this blog, but a number of pieces by others over the past few weeks …

The Problem with Reparative Therapy Read more »

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