|Beyond Easter, and how we might put an Adam typology to good use
|The two meanings of Easter and what they tell us about the mission of the church today
|Fishers of people, labourers for the harvest, and the mission of Jesus’ disciples
|Fishers of people and the judgment of Gehenna
|Ten things the church can learn about missions from a narrative-historical perspective
|The marginalised servant of the Lord: existence, function, and dysfunction
|More on missional theology: was Jesus a liberation theologian?
|John R. Franke’s missional theology: understanding church, image, and kingdom
|The two modes of “mission” (for want of a better word) in the Bible
|What Jesus has to teach us about our response to the climate crisis
|Societal collapse, deep adaptation, and an agenda for mission
|What is the chief end of man? Why the Westminster Catechism gets it wrong
|The feeding of the five thousand sheep without a shepherd
|Mission and evangelism in the secular West
|Christendom, exile, and the kingdom of God
|The scandalous particularity of Jesus
|How do we measure the effectiveness of the missional church? Part 2
|How do we measure the effectiveness of the missional church? Part 1
|The shortfall in Christ’s sufferings: mystical union, messianic woes, the hardships of evangelism, or none of the above?
|Woke Church, heaven, and a slight problem with the great multi-ethnic multitude
|Getting the mission of the church “right”: the whole point of justification
|Missional reflections on Olivier Roy’s Is Europe Christian?
|Some notes on race and unity in narrative-historical perspective
|This is the best theological reflection on the coronavirus pandemic that I have read so far
|No, coronavirus is not the apocalypse; it could be worse than that
|The ancient narrative in which we are surprised to find ourselves
|Should missionaries focus on unreached people groups?
|New book out: End of Story? Same-Sex Relationships and the Narratives of Evangelical Mission
|Learning from Daniel’s prayer of confession
|Evangelism in the age of stupid
|If the Bible is history, what are we supposed to do?
|Testing times: a narrative framework for the renewal of the Western church
|Why was Jesus so polite to the centurion and so rude to the Canaanite woman?
|Evangelicals and the narrative-historical method: three questions
|God reigns, God returns, God redeems in history
|Mission and the “history of redemption”
|The biblical story, part three
|Does Jesus reveal to us what it means to be perfectly human?
|Blessed are those who mourn in Western Europe
|Did Jesus believe that Gentiles would be included in the renewed people of God?