Book Review: Evangelical, Sacramental & Pentecostal

As some who happily self-identifies as both evangelical and sacramental, and often bumps up against pentecostalism (I am a Charismatic, but I don’t think I’m a pentecostal in particular) in its various forms, I was intrigued to get my hands on … Continued

Blogging as one under authority

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​ Speaking as a white under 30 conservative evangelical charismatic Christian male human who works in Digital, I couldn’t help but notice a rather provocative article hosted over at Christianity Today about authority and blogging. You should read it before … Continued

God With Us: ​The contribution of Rowan Williams for a Vineyard Sacramental theology of Worship’

I am looking forward to presenting a very tentative debut paper at the SST 2017 Conference at the University of Nottingham. My paper sits in the Sacramentality, Liturgy and Theology stream, and echoes a number of my interests at this … Continued

Book Review: Knowing Christ

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This review will be published, depending on when you read it, in ‘Foundations’ the theological journal of Affinity. It is reproduced in shorter form here. Nearly 50 years ago the great Evangelical theologian J. I. Packer wrote and published Knowing God. That … Continued

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