Theoreo means, in New Testament Greek, to wonder, ponder, or 'chew over.' Theore0's are my reflections on current issues, facing the Church and Christians. I frequently consider issues such as the relationship between faith and economic life, Christianity and leadership and, other ethical issues. Many of these issues are covered in a book I co-edited called Theonomics (available either through Amazon or direct from Sacristy Press). All views are my own. I aim to provoke and stimulate wider debate, for the common good and hope not to offend.
Some Thoughts on the Book of Acts and Pauline Theology
Links and posts to do with worship in the Diocese of Rochester
History From Below: Musings on the Daily Life in the Ancient and Early Medieval World by Sarah E. Bond
Blog for poet and singer-songwriter Malcolm Guite
Lost and found in the Middle East...
reflections on Anglican teaching and practice
Just like the horse whisperer - but with more pages
an ongoing supplement to The Black Tie Guide
faith, transfomation and social justice
Teaching resources, publication details, offprints, etc.
Celebrating the Diversity of Exeter
ancient and modern people-watching with historian Kate Cooper
Finding Hope, Meaning, Faith, and Compassion
Making Oxford a safe place for all people
A Biblioblog about imitation, the Biblical Narratives, and the figure of Jesus
The Blog of St Chrysostom's Church, Manchester UK