Thoughts on Everyday TheologyArticles exploring the implications of faith
One of the most disturbing parts of the Bible is known as the “Canaanite Genocides” in which God commands the people of Israel to invade the land of Canaan and kill everyone who lives there. How are Christians to understand this passage?
Advent is part of the liturgical calendar, which is controversial for some Christians. This post explores both sides of the debate before settling in favour of advent.
Jointly written by Barney and his brother, Nate (an NHS doctor), this post offers eight ways to respond to COVID-19 from a Christian point of view.
My friend Julian presents the content of his PhD thesis: what can our desire for God tell us about what God is like?
This post tackles one of the knottiest problems for any Christian: what should we think about other religions?
The collision of ‘Spirit-filled’ and ‘Sacramental’ worlds at a Charismatic Catholic conference made me reflect on the value of both these traditions and their power when they are together.
The diary of a period when I visited a maximum security prison once a week, and how my prejudices were changed through personal encounter.
Does allegory violate all the basic principles of good exegesis of the Bible?
This post explores one of the most challenging objections to the Christian faith, and how we as Christians can have our faith transformed and strengthened through engaging this question.
A poetic reflection on why God is ‘worthy’,