Jesus is King: Reflections for Holy Week and Easter Week

by Stephen Kuhrt The diminishing importance of monarchy in our world has made “king” a less than obvious model with which to understand the significance of Jesus. The persistence of its use, however, within both older hymns and modern songs, reflects its prominence within the biblical material. ‘Jesus as king’ not only operates on an … Continue Reading

Why I as an Evangelical Anglican in the Diocese of Southwark support Bishop Tom Butler in his action against Rev Richard Coekin

An enthusiastic church-planter forced to take drastic action after being cynically frustrated by his liberal bishop. Viewed from afar, this is how many evangelicals might well see the recent events within Southwark diocese. However the fact that well over thirty evangelical clergy from within the diocese have been happy to add their names to a … Continue Reading