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  • Becoming Charismissional image

    Becoming Charismissional

    Yesterday, I explored some of the ways in which the charismatic-missional tension is felt by those of us who are convinced that we as churches are called to mission, and... Read more
  • The “Charismatic-Missional Tension”

    I've been thinking quite a bit about the "charismatic-missional tension" recently. Some prefer not to think of it as a tension for theological reasons (since to be truly... Read more
  • The Key to Good Preaching… image

    The Key to Good Preaching…

    ... is, as Liam Thatcher and Mick Taylor will tell you, having a beard. Look: Read more
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    Huxley vs Orwell

    Aldous Huxley's Brave New World and George Orwell's 1984 have a lot in common. Both depict a fruitless, empty dystopia in the future, both were written within twenty... Read more
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    Simon Says

    I've heard three profound things recently from friends of mine named Simon. Though all three men are in church leadership, their churches, gifts, areas of responsibility... Read more
  • The Theological Consequences Of Euphemisms image

    The Theological Consequences Of Euphemisms

    Euphemisms are fascinating things, at least in English. Some are wonderfully understated, like "take them out", or "sleep with". Some are lengthily convoluted, like... Read more
  • What’s Wrong with the World? image

    What’s Wrong with the World?

    Many readers will be aware of Justin Brierley’s radio show Unbelievable?, an apologetics show that frequently pits Christians against atheists, with a view to... Read more
  • What’s Wrong with Inerrancy? image

    What’s Wrong with Inerrancy?

    It's an oddity of the twenty-first century church that many people who have no problem affirming that the Bible is true, or reliable, or inspired or even infallible,... Read more
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    Is There Too Much Grace in Your Gospel?

    There was a fascinating exchange at Jesus Creed a few days ago between J. D. Greear, author of Gospel: Recovering the Power that Made Christianity Revolutionary, and... Read more
  • Twelve Reasons to Move to Cities (and Why Eleven of them Need Rethinking) image

    Twelve Reasons to Move to Cities (and Why Eleven of them...

    Cities are the new black, at least in evangelical circles. Tim Keller, Mark Driscoll and company have convinced whole swathes of us that Christians need to have a... Read more