I’m supposed to write a roughly monthly column for Christians on the Left, but I’ve failed at that recently. Partly it’s because there’s so much noise at the moment, so much opinion, so little certainty, that I quite often think that the last thing anyone needs is me spouting off again. People talking about faith […]
Tag: Christians on the Left
A few months ago, I wrote a piece asking the question of what kind of leader we seek, and the kind of leader we seek to be in the areas of life that we lead. Who Do We Want to Be Led By?
Earlier this month I wrote some new words for my friends at Christians on the Left. If you’ve not had a chance to read them yet, now you can. Safety
I recently made my debut writing for Christians on the Left. You can read my first column, about the recent Greenbelt-hosted debate on the forthcoming general election, here: ———- Haydon Spenceley writes from Greenbelt where the motion “This House Believes The 2015 Election Will Make No Significant Difference to the Future of Britain” was being […]