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My review of Ashley McGuire’s recent book, Sex Scandal: The Drive to Abolish Male and Female, has just been published over on The Gospel Coalition website. McGuire explores numerous fronts of the current assault on the reality of sexual difference: children’s … Continue reading
On numerous occasions in my writing on social and political issues, I have drawn attention away from the issues that lie in the largely ephemeral foreground of our awareness to remark upon the radical changes that the technology of the … Continue reading
I have transformed my old guest posts page into a ‘Writings Elsewhere’ page (there is a tab in the top bar of the blog). Take a look. I’d love to hear feedback too: do you prefer the new format, or … Continue reading
Today is the 13th anniversary of my first blog post. Not a lot takes place here nowadays, beyond links to posts elsewhere, but it still feels good to reach the landmark.
Our latest Mere Fidelity podcast went online earlier today. Within it Matt, Derek, and I discuss the issue of curiosity, taking an essay by John Webster as our starting point. In the show I reference this, from St. Bernard: Food that … Continue reading
As any reader of this blog should know, I have a great appreciation for the scholarship of Peter Leithart and have been heavily influenced by him over the years. Arthur Kay, the minister of Trinity Presbyterian Church, Affetside (near Bury, Greater … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, Steve Holmes expressed some of his reservations about arguments and our attempts to win them in a post on his blog (which you should be following). Although he firmly believes that truth is a matter of … Continue reading
A few months ago a few of us had a conversation on Twitter in which we discussed the possibility of changing the shape of the conversations surrounding gender, Christianity, and the Church. Although we came from a number of different … Continue reading
He deigns in flesh t’appear, Widest extremes to join; To bring our vileness near, And make us all divine: And we the life of God shall know, For God is manifest below.