Last month, yet another prominent Christian leader stood back from his role due to allegations relating to safeguarding and abuse. We await the outcome of ongoing investigations, but we all know that this is just the latest in a long
Roman Soloviy reflects from ‘the bottom of the well’ considering the conflict in Ukraine from a Ukrainian Evangelical perspective.
An exploration by Research Student Carolyn Whitnall of the song ‘Raise a Hallelujah’ in its role during the #LetUsWorship ‘protest tour’ arranged by Sean Feucht.
In this post guest blogger Christine Redwood uses Judges 3 as a way in to asking ourselves the question: Is Violence Ever OK?
Gender-based violence (GBV) is a crime as old, if not older, than the Bible. Yet, it is also a crime that remains endemic today, with almost one in three women globally having ‘been subjected to physical and/or sexual intimate partner
Palm Sunday sermon, based on Mal 3:1-5; Luke 19:35-45, by the director of the CSBV, Helen Paynter.
Research Associate Peter King invites us to consider how the recent Declaration on the “Russian World” Teaching of the Russian Orthodox Church might speak to our own context.
In this guest post, Will Moore shares his sermon on Lent, preached on 6th March 2022.
This sermon on Isaiah 58 was preached by CSBV director Helen Paynter during Lent of 2022.
Research associate Peter King considers the role of the national church in contributing to nationalism, and offers practical solutions for the church to instead reflect a trans-national God.