Anger is possibly the most fun

“Of the Seven Deadly Sins, anger is possibly the most fun. To lick your wounds, to smack your lips over grievances long past, to roll over your tongue the prospect of bitter confrontations still to come, to savor… Read More

Why Christ-Centredness might be the very reason we can’t grow

This post comes is a reflection based on my reading of Gordon Fee “Getting the Spirit back into Spirituality”. If you have time, it would help set the context for my reflections here. Christ-centred is a phrase often… Read More

What is a Christian mystic

Read this linked article here

There is only Christ. He is everything and he is in everything

There is only Christ. He is everything and he is in everything.

What to do after the most brilliant years of human history?

I think that [Michael] Polanyi has given us a picture which accurately indicates where we are. The past 300 years, he says, have been the most brilliant in human history, but their brilliance was created by the combustion… Read More

Why colour-blindness and kingdom culture are not God’s idea

All of us at some point or another heard the gospel, and then those of us that sought to live it out did so in particular contexts and surroundings. It is rare that someone goes through their early… Read More

Money is to the west, what witchcraft is to Africa

I’ve been thinking about witchcraft a lot recently. Whilst in the west witchcraft is confined to images conjured by the opening scenes of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, or the sensationalist renderings of foreign cultures generated by national geographic cover photos,… Read More

A Christian view of the human

Brian Harris has written a book called “the Big Picture; Building blocks of a Christian worldview” which Jesus Creed is doing a series on; Seven elements configure into the Christian view of humans: 1. We are created by… Read More

Defending the rights of Muslims | Skye Jethani

Here’s another good post from Skye Jethani on why it’s important for Christians to defend religious freedom for more than just Christians; In Barna’s 2012 study, which uncovered this same discrepancy, David Kinnaman wrote: “The research raises the… Read More

The Church assuming the dominant cultural forms

In the beginning the church was a fellowship of men and women centering on the living Christ. Then the church moved to Greece where it became a philosophy. Then it moved to Rome where it became an institution…. Read More