That was the term that wasn’t

Allow me a more personal post. Tomorrow is my final day of work this term. My wife is undergoing a hip operation on Tuesday, so there’s time for us to spend a few days together as a family before disruption hits and we try to juggle school runs, hospital visits and the rest. Apart from … Continue reading That was the term that wasn’t

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Seven forces that contribute to Christian disunity – and seven ways to combat them

On the night of his arrest, Jesus prayed that his people might be united – that we might be perfectly one. Jesus knew that unity in the gospel amongst a broad range of his followers not only reflects God’s own Trinitarian nature (of unity in diversity) but also that this is the ultimate apologetic: ‘… … Continue reading Seven forces that contribute to Christian disunity – and seven ways to combat them

Why does God have the best stories? – David Baddiel on our favourite films and our deepest desires

Yesterday I blogged some of the most noteworthy quotes from The Atheist’s Guide to Christmas, particularly focusing on what well-known atheists had to say about Christmas. I purposely didn’t include any quotes from an essay co-written by one of my favourite comedians, David Baddiel, co-written with film-maker Arvind Ethan David, because the essay isn’t explicitly … Continue reading Why does God have the best stories? – David Baddiel on our favourite films and our deepest desires