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The feeding of the five thousand sheep without a shepherd 21 Jul 2021
Katherine Shaner on the danger of singular saviours 7 Apr 2021
What does the New Testament teach us about hope? 1 Feb 2021
Jesus and the Capitol Hill mob 13 Jan 2021
Dissonance-reducing rationalisations of failed expectations in the early church. Or not 11 Sep 2020
Review: God and the Pandemic: Tom Wright’s myopic theological response to coronavirus 3 Jun 2020
Why did Jesus tell his disciples to take swords with them? 12 May 2020
This is the best theological reflection on the coronavirus pandemic that I have read so far 15 Apr 2020
Biblical scholar says that COVID-19 is not an “act of God”. Is he right? 13 Apr 2020
Where is the God of history in this pandemic? 6 Apr 2020
Coronavirus—Tom Wright says that Christianity offers no answers. Is that the best we can do? 31 Mar 2020
Another reason to think that Isaiah’s suffering servant is the generation of Jews which grew up in Babylon 26 Feb 2019
About whom does the prophet say this? 7 Feb 2019
Why traditional eschatology is a failure of nerve 1 Jan 2019
There is only one biblical way to transform society, and it’s not social activism 15 Dec 2016
Homosexuality, Black Friday, and the disordered human condition 21 Nov 2016
Why I don’t like being labelled a “preterist” 6 Oct 2016
More on history and the drama of scripture 17 Sep 2016
Theological hermeneutics and the meaning of “Immanuel” 29 Apr 2016
Yeah, but it didn’t happen: prophecy and historical fulfilment 26 Jan 2016
Who says that this prophecy has two referents? 20 Aug 2015
Tongues of fire 26 May 2015
Israel and the nations: the limits of Old Testament expectation 23 Oct 2014
Some dull but seasonal reflections on the historical context for the fulfilment of the Immanuel prophecy 21 Dec 2012