Approaching Revelation With A Different Perspective

I’ve always had a vexed relationship with Revelation, and I think most of the church does. Over the centuries believers have treated this book of the Bible as a decoder ring for current events, but in reality, it is worth a lot more than that and we should approach it as more than that. [Click title to read more.]

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Fellowship Is What Happens – Or Should Happen – In Times Of Church Conflict And Disagreement

I fear that, over time, the church has lost its grasp of what fellowship actually is. We’ve reduced it to a positive, feel-good form of engagement: bonding at a Bible study, chatting over chips and dips, believers going out in kayaks together. And that’s surely a part of fellowship, but not the entirety of it. Fellowship is what ought to happen – what needs to happen – at these crisis points when egregious wrongs have been committed and everyone is (justifiably!) angry and hurt. [Click title to read more.]

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