Thou shalt not question Stephen Fry

There are some great lyrics in ‘Thou Shalt Always Kill’ by Dan Le Sac and Scroobius Pip. “Thou shalt give equal worth to tragedies that occur in non-English speaking countries as to those that occur in English speaking countries,” advises Pip – and I nod sagely in agreement. “Thou shalt not buy Coca-Cola products. Thou shalt not buy Nestle products,” he says – how often do you hear calls to boycott unethical products in a pop record? Brilliant. But then there’s a line that doesn’t make as much sense to me… “Thou shalt not question Stephen Fry.”

Christianity, Politics and the General Election… Join us on 2nd Feb

[This event took place in Feb 2015, ahead of the General election. You can find Baroness Sherlock’s address here, and Caroline Spelman’s here.] With the election fast approaching Fulcrum is delighted to welcome two high profile Christian politicians to discuss the role the Church and individual believers should have in engaging in politics… Fulcrum’s new … Continue Reading

Listen to Fulcrum’s first Pivot^Point event

Fulcrum’s first Pivot^Point event took place on 18th September 2014 at St James the Less, Pimlico in Central London. The theme was Growing God’s Kingdom – through Intentional Evangelism. The speakers were Revd Canon Chris Russell, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Advisor for Evangelism and Witness, and Dr Elaine Storkey, President of Fulcrum. The evening was introduced & facilitated by Revd Lis Goddard … Continue Reading


The last few weeks have seen several remarkable phenomena. Newspapers have picked up upon the unprecedented sporting success of Team GB, the efficiency of the Olympic operation and the sheer niceness of the competitors (as opposed to those nasty pantomime villains, the Premier League footballers).

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