A discussion of my favourite book, “The Dream of a Ridiculous Man” by Fyodor Dostoevsky and how its critique of nihilism can be applied to the so-called “New Atheism” of our day.
A post explaining why I choose to refrain from calling the Scriptures of Israel the "Old Testament", and from calling the Christian Scriptures the "New Testament", as well as an unpacking of the fulfilment theology I personally hold to.
A brief article, explaining why and how precisely the “God-of-the-Gaps” argument falls at the first hurdle and does not stand up to proper scrutiny.
What are the unanswered questions surrounding the Church’s official status quo view of human sexuality?
A post exploring if suffering is a problem to be solved or a mystery to be lived with, grappled with and wrestled with. Is it only a mystery/problem for believers?
Is Christ offensive? How, why and to whom? How can He simultaneously be both loving and offensive? How can He be both forgiving and just? How can He be both loving and righteous?
‘You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you’ (John 15:16) Our wholeness comes from ‘him who calls’ (Romans 9:11).
An article encouraging those with misgivings and concerns about elements of their church's leadership, structure, worship, services, and preaching to be brave and speak out, and an explanation of the potential and possible eventual consequences of people not doing so.
In this article, I will discuss precisely what it means to be an "evangelical Christian" and explain whether or not I myself would choose to describe myself as one and why/why not.