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It’s a given. Christians disagree. Like pretty much everyone else, in fact. They always have. They always will. This side of the eschaton, that is.
Last week saw the final instalment of the little 1 Cor 1 series in the undercroft chapel in Westminster. Unfortunately, we had the slight inconvenience
One or two have asked for this, so here it is: the first of 3 talks given in the gaudy riot of Pugin-inspired colour that
Well, we made it to the end of Galatians on Sunday night. And quite a journey it’s been. Phew! Mark Prentice did a huge job
This one was a sweat, if I’m honest. But last sunday, we recommenced our Galatians series after a 2 month break (the result of that
Philippians has been a letter I’ve returned to many times over the last 20 years or so. Not particularly by my design, more that it
It was just a few years ago. 1966 in fact. An Albanian (Vangjel Toçi) living in Durrës (the country’s largest port and site of the
Slavery is a fraught subject – and for too many, it’s no historical artefact or long-gone curiosity. Its effects are still pervasive. Furthermore, it’s not