In this article, I wrote about why the church seems to have dealt badly with the problem of antisemitism, particularly in relation to the Stephen Sizer case. Before going further, I should also mention again that this is not just about the Sizer case. As I commented in the previous article, a couple of years… Continue reading Stephen Sizer, antisemitism and church discipline
Is unity possible between church traditions?
This is the second part of my response to Moses’ guest article on denominations. A key part of Moses’ argument seems to be that an appeal to “Evangelical Unity” does not work because that pushes us down to the lowest common denominator and that people may have more in common with their non-evangelical colleagues within… Continue reading Is unity possible between church traditions?
Anglican Evangelicals, The CofE and church unity
Stephen Kneale has started a mini-series of articles on whether or not evangelicals should remain in the Church of England. You can read his own article arguing that evangelicals should leave, here. You will also see that he is providing space for guest posts in response over the next few days. To me, this feels… Continue reading Anglican Evangelicals, The CofE and church unity