‘I have seen it with my own eyes […] But the scoffers fail to appreciate that’: “New Atheism” vs the True Dream of Hope


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.

But what about the 99?: How the Omnipresent God secures the 99 while seeking out the one


This article expounds upon this week’s lectionary Gospel reading (The Parable of the Lost Sheep in Luke 15). Whenever this parable is expounded upon, we only ever seem to hear about the one sheep who is in the minority. It is right that the emphasis and focus should be there but what about the 99 and their sustenance, protection and security? Are they worth less than the one lost sheep?

A New Manifesto for Charismatic Christianity

Here are some of my own personal redlines, non-negotiables and positive principles and guidelines for charismatic Christianity and worship: (1) It must be accepted that God gives us a vast, broad, diversified and varied array of different, special and unique gifts including administration, preaching, teaching, explanation, etc... as well as certain very noticeable, clear and … Continue reading A New Manifesto for Charismatic Christianity