Tag Archives: Multiculturalism

The failure of multiculturalism and muscular liberalism

British multiculturalism has been under the interrogative spotlight of social engineers since terrorist bombings blew the bottom out of this particular world-view. The belief that all people should be accepted unconditionally regardless of where they come from, what they believe, … Continue reading

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Anti-Homogenous church in Romans

I preached an overview of Romans chapters 1 to 11 (yes, 11 chapters) yesterday and used these two photos to introduce the talk: Why these two photos? I wanted a contemporary image to help us to grasp as church just … Continue reading

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Door to door in the inner city

Three of us from church went out on Saturday to invite people, door to door, to “Back to Church Sunday”. This was the first time since our “Pure Joy” week at Easter 2007 that we’d done this sort of thing. … Continue reading

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Homogeneous churches: a symptom of an absent cross

Much has been written about the UK suffering a lack of identity and about how multi-culturalism fuels sectarianism and segregation in society. Christians have long spoken about church being a place where people of all tongues, tribes and nations worship … Continue reading

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