The Old Testament readings in the semi-continuous option for the RCL in September are from the Book of Exodus. Carmen Imes invites us to pose the question as to whose version of reality we are going to trust.
Drawing on different readings of the Zacchaeus story, Augustine Tanner-Ihmn invites us to consider the post-colonial context of our preaching.
Stephen Roberts explores the theology of Lady Gaga, and what her music has to do with monstrosity and the Bible.
Research Associate Peter King reports on the recent German Kirchentag in Nürnberg and the challenges he brings home from it.
Guest Blogger Makayla Payne invites us to consider an accessible and integrated approach to pastoral counselling for complex trauma survivors.
To introduce a new set of resources to encourage and enable churches to reflect on the hymns and songs they use in worship, Research Associate Peter King invites us to watch our words.
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.
1 Peter’s call to endure unjust suffering has often been misused to justify domestic (and other) abuse. Writing from different perspectives, Steve Carter and Steve Finamore challenge that use of the text.
Music therapist, Rebecca Parnaby-Rooke, shares the ways in which music, including worship music, can cause harm, especially to survivors of spiritual abuse.