Mar
14

The Trinity – so what?

Simultaneously one of the best and worst questions that students in class ask is “but why?” Sometimes it can feel like you’re dealing with a troublesome tot “Why? Why? Why?” but it is a question that keeps returning me to think practically.

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Feb
05

Rams and Eagles: Super Bowl LII and Martin Luther King Jr.

People sometimes ask me, why does studying theology help me to live as a Christian? Why does research on an obscure French philosopher help me to deal with real issues? I think this year’s Super Bowl helped me to articulate an answer…

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Jan
25

Burns’ Night – Holy Willie’s Prayer

When the aim of the Church is to rule over, rather than serve alongside others, we have to wonder what witness we bear….

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Jan
11

Newness: New Year, new you?

Too often the “cult” of newness forgets the importance of history…

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Dec
19

Christmas Light

Christmas comes at the very nadir of daylight and right before we begin the ascent into the lighter, brighter, life-bringing, springtime. And surely, right there, is a message of Christmas…

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Nov
20

Thanksgiving

It reminds us of the continual need to fight oppression; it reminds us to be thankful for life even amongst hardships; it reminds us of the power in being hospitable to the other. And probably more besides.

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Oct
31

Reformation 500 – do we really need a new Reformation?

A new blog for Reformation Day asking ‘do we really need a new Reformation?’ Graham Meiklejohn writes an opinion piece suggesting that the church needs to revisit some of the roots of the Reformation to understand its witness in the world.

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May
18

Pirates and Politics

In recent months there has been a lot of political ‘chatter’ and rightly so given the gravity of decisions being made. Should we be theological ‘pirates’?

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Feb
28

Pancake Day!

The Church has always had an interesting relationship with the idea of Carnival both embracing it and disassociating with it at different times for different reason. However, in and amongst all the joviality, there is a serious message.

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Jan
24

Academic Book Week 2017

This week (Jan 23-28th) is Academic Book Week. The aim of the week is to celebrate the diversity, innovation and influence of academic books. At SBC we thought we’d give you a small insight into some of the theology books that have shaped our thinking in one way or another.

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