Jon Kuhrt is a government adviser on how faith groups respond to homelessness
Open for liberation: Why this activist’s reading of the Bible falls short
Was Jesus a revolutionary leader of a non-violent, anti-colonial movement which advocated for the dispossessed and affirmed racial equality and sexual diversity?
3 lessons for the Church after the Yorkshire Cricket racism scandal
Jon Kuhrt reflects on the lessons for both sporting and Christian institutions, following the racist bullying of Azeem Rafiq
Bullies and Saints - John Dickson
John Dickson begins his book with an account of 15 July 1099, when Christian Crusaders mercilessly slaughtered thousands of Muslims sheltering in a sacred precinct in Jerusalem.
Sins of Fathers - Michael Emmett
Growing up, Michael Emmett suffered from the impact of both sexual abuse and having a father who was a career criminal. He was drawn into a chaotic life of crime, violence and drug use. Arrested and sentenced for twelve years for drug smuggling, Emmett began a journey to Christian faith ...