The Archbishop of Canterbury has done it yet again. Several days ago I wrote about the fact that the press is lapping up his comments on society. This week exactly the same thing has happened regarding his comments on how… Read More ›
One of the more interesting developments over the summer in the blogosphere was the launch of Vicky Beeching’s Faith in Feminism website. The point of the site is to ‘tackle the themes of religion and gender equality, putting them under… Read More ›
36% of children don’t know whose birthday is celebrated at Christmas-time for an advertising campaign?
I’m not really in the mood for Christmas yet, but thanks to ChurchAds.net launching their new Christmas advertising campaign this week I’ve ended up thinking about it a bit too much over the last couple of days. Their Christmas starts… Read More ›
When I was growing up in the 1980s, Christianity always appeared to my young eyes to be very tribal. Christians were very keen to emphasise their differences, drawn mostly along denominational and doctrinal lines. Issues such as adult/child baptism, the… Read More ›
This week we’ve had another glimpse into the ever-changing dynamics of the Christian faith in our society and what the future could well look like. It’s common knowledge that the majority of church-goers are in the later years of their… Read More ›