Post-Christendom

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Missional reflections on Olivier Roy’s Is Europe Christian? 13 Jul 2020
Opposite-sex relationships and the narratives of evangelical mission 2 Jul 2020
(Re-)defining the kingdom of God in nine words 21 May 2019
If the Bible is history, what are we supposed to do? 20 Mar 2019
The biblical story, part three 26 Jul 2018
Blessed are those who mourn in Western Europe 26 Jun 2018
How would Jesus teach the church to pray today? 15 Feb 2018
The rise and fall of the modern evangelical paradigm 7 Feb 2018
New year, new attempt to explain what this blog is all about 3 Jan 2018
Beyond the violence of God: a narrative-historical perspective 6 Dec 2017
The Nashville Statement and the future of the church 13 Sep 2017
“Our job is to plant the story… in ways that make sense…” 13 Jul 2017
Christian political witness and the stone of stumbling 4 Jul 2017
Faith, politics and salvation by Christ alone 15 Jun 2017
Mission from anywhere to Europe 9 May 2017
Five (reinforced) fundamentals for an evangelical future 22 Sep 2016
All the world’s the stage: a narrative-historical revision of Wright’s five act play hermeneutic 14 Sep 2016
The place of the cross in the biblical narrative 11 Aug 2016
What must the church become? Narrative and praxis 2 Jun 2016
Why the Lord’s Prayer should be banned in cinemas 23 Nov 2015
Tom Wright on religion and politics: the beginning and end of theocracy 27 Oct 2015
Is the church in the post-Christian West in exile? 6 Aug 2015
10 good reasons to switch to a narrative-historical hermeneutic 9 Jun 2015
What should we expect apostles to do today? 6 Aug 2014
Mission after Christendom: beyond the incarnational-missional paradigm 29 Jul 2014
The wisdom of Trinitarianism 12 Feb 2014
Concerning the times and seasons 15 Jan 2014
A question about the “Jesus-looking God” of the neo-Anabaptists 2 Jan 2014
Making space for God in post-Christian Europe 23 Jul 2013
Misreading the parable of the minas from the post-Christendom margins 28 Jan 2013
Are we religious, spiritual, or something else? 4 Jan 2013
The strengths (and weaknesses) of the narrative-historical method 19 Nov 2012
Reading the parable of the mustard seed after Christendom 12 Nov 2012
Keep telling the story, despite God and despite ourselves 6 Nov 2012
What do we mean when we say that Jesus is Lord? 1 Nov 2012
Disorganised Religion Day 19 Sep 2012
The New Testament, the end of theology, and the recovery of dialogue 12 Nov 2011
The church and social protest: counting the cost 2 Nov 2011
St Paul's: a step in the right direction 1 Nov 2011
Occupy London: what would Jesus have done? 31 Oct 2011