Posts Tagged: Charismatic

New Wine… Old Wineskins? | Steering Your Church to a New Place [1]

Had a good time at my first visit to New Wine yesterday. I’d been asked to go and speak about the book, which I duly did, and thoroughly enjoyed it. Speaking at Greenbelt you’re pretty much already in a place where people are critiquing the forms and structures of faith, so it was very interesting

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Theology and the New Physics [1] | Uncertainty

As exemplified by the arguments that science writer Philip Ball has stoked up by daring to criticise The Reason Project (Dawkins, Hitchens, Harris et al.), there are those on both sides who are desperate to draw ever harder lines between science and religion. I strongly believe that these lines are far softer that perhaps we’d

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