I’m continuing to reflect on some of the lessons arising from the 31:8 review of the Jonathan Fletcher case. The case relates to an Anglican minister in London who has been identified as engaging in systemic abuse of young men over a number of years. Leaders within what is often referred to as “the conservative… Continue reading The pastor king?
In yesterday’s guest blog, Moses Tutesigensi made a robust defence of denominations. Moses was responding to my argument that Evangelical Anglicans need to refocus their attention on relationships with other Evangelicals. As it happens, I do not have particular issues with denominations per se. My question is about where we set the right priorities in… Continue reading Navigating the Denominations and Evangelical Unity