5 Things Conservative Evangelicals can learn from Lesslie Newbigin

A shorter version of this review article was first published in Themelios. Theology in Missionary Perspective: Lesslie Newbigin’s Legacy Edited by Mark T.B. Laing and Paul Weston Pickwick Publications With the publication of a new collection of essays exploring the missiological implications of Lesslie Newbigin’s work there’s an opportunity for a new audience of evangelicals […]

Home for Good Liverpool

I have spent a lot of time up in Liverpool recently. It’s been great to see Home for Good Liverpool taking off up there thanks to the support of Frontline Church, Bridge Chapel and Liverpool Lighthouse.  Helenor and Phil Watson and Si and June Valentine are local heroes doing a brilliant job pulling things together. […]

Paradox Radio

Looking forward to talking on BBC local radio stations tomorrow morning about the Judas Paradox – one of the chapters from my new book Paradoxology: why christianity was never meant to be simple. Here’s the running order: If you are up early tune in. Some of the BBC local radio sunday programmes encourage people to […]