A God’s-eye-view on mental health

I’m not going to sugar-coat the situation. I am diagnosed with anxiety and depression. Although I only sought medical attention early this year, I have suffered with these conditions for many years now. Now, I realise that having these conditions does not imbue me with a blanket-ability to discuss every case of mental health – because […]

Bible study: looking at Titus 2

In this brief examination of the word, we will focus in on the early verses of Titus 2. We studied them in our Men’s group and we were all blessed in the study. I do thoroughly recommend if your church doesn’t, to start small bible study groups, which allow us to have fellowship with one […]

Bible Study: looking at Titus 1

Note from Michael and Josh: Whilst we still intend to cover some of the big contemporary issues of the day; we are looking to populate the blog with a series of more regular shorter updates of Bible passages that speak to us, snapshots of our day-to-day lives, quotes and other juicy titbits that might be […]

Reading Bible

The importance of reading and meditating on your Bible every day

I remember a little ditty I learnt as a youngster, to the tune of London’s Burning: Read your Bible, read your Bible read it daily, read it daily. It’s a lamp; it’s a lamp, and a light to your pathway. The words are simple but they are so true. It’s based on Psalm 119:105, which […]

What is Christian Socialism? Have Christians always been Socialists?

In this article, I aim to explain the origins of ‘Christian Socialism’. I will attempt to analyse its basis on Biblical principles, and relate the massive effect it has had on history.  I will mainly focus on Early Modern-Modern examples of this. From the Levellers to the socialists in Parliament today, Christians have been at […]

King Sennacherib at Lachish, Judah. © Wikimedia Commons

Sennacherib’s downfall and Bible authenticity

Christians uphold that the Bible (Old and New Testaments) is the inspired Word of God, inerrant and accurate. Invariably most churches’ statement of faith (or doctrinal basis) start with their belief in the Bible as God’s Holy and inspired Word – the final authority on all matters pertaining to faith and practice. However, in today’s […]

Why I am not a Calvinist

I am not a Calvinist. This may be a shock to some of you who know me, and those who don’t know me, well I doubt you worry as much!  Before there is total uproar at my statement, let me explain myself in this post. Firstly being a ‘Calvinist’ means that you are labeling yourself […]

Nebuchadnezzar: the king of kings

There are a great many valuable lessons we can learn from Nebuchadnezzar’s life; and in the following series of articles I intend to draw some out and apply them to our day and age. So join me as we explore the life of a great man, raised up by God! I’m nobody special; I don’t […]