Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Politics of Christ, the Beginning

A guest post of mine reflecting on Colossians 1:15-28 has just been published over on Political Theology Today. Political theology faces a continual danger of forgetting the kerygmatic core of our faith: Jesus is Lord. Just as the Son is … Continue reading

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100 Guest Posts

My recent Mere Orthodoxy piece on Brexit was my hundredth guest post. You can see a complete list of my guest posts here. The following are a few posts or series I particularly enjoyed writing: Sexual Difference, Liberal and Christian … Continue reading

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Brexit and the Moral Vision of Nationhood

I have a lengthy guest post over on Mere Orthodoxy, reflecting upon the recent Brexit vote, and what it may reveal about a growing class and ideological divide in the UK and in the world more generally. Within it I … Continue reading

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