Don’t Be Embarrassed by the Doctrine of Sin

by Caleb Greggsen, The Gospel Coalition: Christians believe confessing our sin is fundamental not only to receive grace but also to appreciate the beauty and...

Why creation is ‘straight.’

by Martin Davie, Reflections of an Anglican Theologian: In the latest essay in the ViaMedia.News series ‘Does the Bible Really Say…?’, Dr Simon Taylor looks...

If a Christian doctor can be forced to deny biology, there is no hope...

by Archbishop Cranmer: Piers Morgan has some robust views about religion and sexual-reproductive morality, and if you happen not to agree with his perfectly enlightened...

Dualism, Oneness and Transgender Ideology

By Jane Krammer, Anglican Mainstream. The speed and extent with which Transgender Ideology has caught on has taken us by surprise. The suffering caused by...

How will Stonewall training affect theology?

by Carys Moseley, Christian Concern: Last week I looked at how academic freedom is being threatened by transgender awareness training given by the LGBT charity...

“We don’t do prosperity theology” – or do we?

By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. The handsome middle-aged preacher in the white suit paused dramatically, wiped his perspiring brow with a large linen handkerchief, and...

Were the Sodomites sodomites? A response to Meg Warner

by Martin Davie: The traditional view of the story of Sodom In the Bible the story of the destruction of the cities of Sodom and...

Moral Leadership in Church and Society

by Chris Sugden, EFAC: East African Consultation of the Theological Resource Network of the Evangelical Fellowship in the Anglican Communion We fifteen theologians from DRCongo, Kenya,...

Radical New Christian Exclusion

by Stephen Keeble: The agenda for the July General Synod includes the continuation of the ‘Living in Love and Faith’ programme. Last October, in the...

Theology, religious studies at risk at UK universities, British Academy warns

By Michael Gryboski, Christian Post: Theology and religious studies in British higher education is suffering a major decline, according to an educational group that specializes...

There’s no such thing as ‘gay marriage’, says John Piper: ‘It’s dishonourable and shameful’

by Leah MarieAnn Klett, Christian Post. The sexual union of two men or women is not “gay marriage” — it’s no marriage, biblically — and...

Anglicans and the double procession of the Holy Spirit.

by Martin Davie: The traditional Anglican acceptance of the double procession There can be no doubt that the Anglican tradition has historically affirmed what is...

In what sense was Jesus’ resurrection ‘bodily’?

by Ian Paul, Psephizo: There was some brouhaha last week when it was announced that Dr John Shepherd, retired Dean of St. George’s Cathedral, Perth, Western...

Believing in the body

by Martin Davie: It was revealed last week that the new interim head of the Anglican Centre in Roman, John Shepherd, appears not to believe...

God the Father: Three biblical reflections

By Stephen Noll, Contending Anglican. Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, recently issued a press reportabout how he experiences God as father: The Most Revd Justin Welby...

Sentamu: ‘pure’ (‘real’/’hard’) Brexit is a childish dream

By Archbishop Cranmer. Dr Sentamu is perfectly free to make his case for the Prime Minister’s transition deal, and to believe sincerely that it...

Do we ‘encounter Christ in those on the margins’?

by Ian Paul, Psephizo: Last week, I enjoyed the rare chance to have some decent theological discussion on Twitter (of all social media platforms) which...

Brits’ Top Response to Theology Questions? ‘Don’t Know’

by Griffin Paul Jackson, Christianity Today: Uncertainty and heresy are common in the UK, but evangelicals stand out for fidelity to orthodoxy. A third of people...

Does God have a gender?

Discussion on BBC Newsnight.  The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has said God is gender-neutral.   Here Emily Maitlis discusses with Bishop Gavin Ashenden and...

The Gospel and the Anglican Tradition, by Martin Davie

Paul Avis considers an Anglican vision wider than the Communion, Church Times: THIS is an unusual, possibly unique, book. I know only one person who...

Are people ‘without excuse’ when looking at the natural world?

By Will Jones, Psephizo. Is God optional? You know – is it a take it or leave it kind of matter whether or not God...

How does Good Theology Lead to Good Society, Law and Politics?

by David Robertson, theweeflea: Modern society tends to be presented with two assumed opposites with regard to the relationship between Christianity and society. On the...

The transgender trend and the pressure on frontline clergy to affirm it

By Julian Mann, Anglican Mainstream. With affirmative counselling increasingly becoming a requirement for doctors, psychologists and social workers over the current transgender trend, frontline clergy are...

8 ways to battle ‘comfort idolatry’

by Brett McCracken, The Gospel Coalition. One of Christianity’s greatest idolatries today is also one of the most subtle and insidious: the idolatry of comfort. Widespread...

Should we stop referring to God as ‘he’?

by Ian Paul, Psephizo: Last week the polling company YouGov published the results of a survey asking Christians what they thought about God’s gender. Their...

Church of England should avoid only calling God ‘he’, Bishop says

by Olivia Rudgard, Telegraph: The Church of England should avoid only calling God "he", a bishop has said, as a survey found that young Christians...

Only a handful of British Christians believe God is female

from Christian Today: Ariana Grande might be sure that God is a woman, if her recent hit is anything to go by, but new research...

Evaluating the new influential philosophers

By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. Many Christians have been encouraged by the popularity of Canadian academic Jordan Peterson, who while not professing personal faith, is...

Sex and intelligent design

by Joe Boot, Christian Concern. In this essay, Wilberforce Academy director, Dr Joe Boot shows the importance of a person's world-and-life-view to their understanding of...

What happens to marriage in heaven?

Difficult Bible Passages: Matthew 22:30, by Bill Muehlenberg, CultureWatch. the institutions of marriage and family are one of God’s key social institutions, and in...