Who would have bought Milton jones was so sensible? If you haven’t already got it, buy his book.
This morning I blogged about how The Church ™ so often fail to engage with people in the age bracket 20-40. Statistically The Church ™ is not good with people in this age group. A small group of us met to discuss how we could connect people to the ongoing story of God without worrying
I just took this in Plymouth.
There is an inherent inner tension that consumes many followers of the way. So many feel the conviction in their beliefs about Jesus but are unsure of how to articulate them to a quizzical world. Surely there must be an easy way to justify our deeply held beliefs? It must be possible to reduce the
Over on Facebook I shared an article about Fox News’ “fight” for a “traditional Christmas”. Pat challenged me to make a meme. Challenge accepted! It would seem that in the USA they’re having fun and games over who is allowed to party. Some angry theists are being taken to court by angry antitheists about who
I spotted this on a door I just passed.
Thanks to @dave42w who linked to this with a simple “we need the new testament”.
Thanks to Matthew Paul Turner for pointing me towards this video via twitter. I highly recommend Wright’s book Surprised by Hope.
You have got to love the humble man who heads the Anglican Church. A six year old girl asked “To God, How did you get invented?” in an RE lesson at primary school and her very witty atheist father emailed it to lots of church authorities. Rowan wrote back. Dear Lulu, Your dad has sent
I’ve been pretty busy at the moment. I missed out on the whole “Rob Bell nuclear winter” that the internet experienced over the weekend due to the above advert. There will be much debate about the Systematic Theology of the after life. This will no doubt continue to chunter on until the returning Eschaton arrives and cracks some heads