Building on the foundation of Jesus Christ himself and the love that will not let us go

Reading the 3rd chapter of St Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians this morning, I was motivated to add to yesterday’s blog on chapter 2. I want to start with the final verses and move backwards through the chapter. So, says Paul in verse 19, “. . . the wisdom of this world is folly […]

St Paul proclaims the experience of LGBTI Christians

I am writing a book. It’s about my experience of faith and the experience of Changing Attitude England. It’s about the experience of God’s infinite, unconditional love for creation and humankind revealed in the life and teaching of Jesus Christ. It is about personal experience, intellectual and emotional. It is rooted in Scripture. And as […]

The Phenomenon of Man and the eruption of equal marriage

I’m reading Pierre Teilhard de Chardin’s The Phenomenon of Man at the moment. I’ve been meaning to read it for over 40 years and have finally got around to it! He wrote the book in 1947 but it was published posthumously after his death in 1955. Rome refused to allow him to publish. In the […]

More rejoicing in Heaven: An Interview with Rev’d Steve Chalke

Keith Sharpe, Changing Attitude trustee and convenor of CA Sussex, has interviewed Steve Chalke The Rev’d Steve Chalke is a high profile evangelical Christian leader.  From his extremely successful and well attended church in central London he manages the Oasis organisation, a multi million pound charitable foundation which amongst other things runs many primary and […]

An Easter message – gays and women in the Church – how wrong can the Church be?

The lectionary appoints 1 Corinthians 15 to be read at Evening Prayer in Easter Week. In verses 5 to 8 Paul describes the tradition about the resurrection which he had received, that Jesus appeared to Cephas and afterwards to the twelve, then to over five hundred of the brothers at once, then to James and […]