Who is Jesus Christ for us today?
I was delighted to be invited to preach last Sunday, February 4th, 2024, by the Rev’d Sheila Swarbrick, the Rector of the Central Parish, and the sermon has now been posted on the sermons section of this website. The Central Parish now comprises the historic churches of Exeter’s city centre, dedicated to St Stephen, St
Michael Vasey’s ‘Strangers and Friends’ – over 25 years later
A recent post in the Facebook group ‘Inclusive Evangelicals’ (which offers an inclusive and accepting approach to homosexuality on contradistinction to the exclusive rejection by many conservative evangelicals) discussed the book written in 1995 by the Rev’d Dr Michael Vasey, Strangers and Friends: A new explanation of homosexuality and the Bible and published by Hodder
The New Testament Gospels and the other Gospels
One of the most crucial topics debated among New Testament scholars these days is the relationship of the four canonical gospels – Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John – to all the other various and varied texts from the first few centuries of the Jesus movement which were also called, or became known as ‘gospels’. How