Repost of an article I wrote for a student theology publication which no longer exists. A look at the ethical implications of the theological doctrine of enhypostatic christology.
The MediaLit17 Chronicles
A preaching workshop exercise led to this reflection from Mark 13.
Reflecting on a link between the life of David and Psalm 23
"It may be that Christians, notwithstanding corporate worship, common prayer, and all their fellowship in service, may still be left to their loneliness. The final break-through to fellowship does not occur, because, though they have fellowship with one another as believers and as devout people, they do not have fellowship as the undevout, as sinners. …
Twitter's defining characteristic is that each tweet can only be 140 characters. Often this means that it's difficult to have deep, meaningful and nuanced conversations. Sometimes, however, what it takes academics whole books and many journal articles to discuss and debate can be distilled into a single tweet and response. https://twitter.com/KevinNR/status/777634103881367552 Paul wrote to the …
I was at primary school that day. Eight years old in a small rural school in Devon, in the United Kingdom. I remember walking out of class to the corridor where the parents would wait to collect us children. Some of my friend's joined their parents and left, while others hung around whilst the mums …
The Seventh Feast, Celebrating Easter with the Eucharist!
One of the most common Christian Doubts, and a Song I've found helpful.
How can the story of the Prodigal Son help us reflect on Good Friday?