It was perhaps inevitable that disagreement would be in the air when 21-month-old Alfie Evans died from an undiagnosed neurological condition at Alder Hey hospital in Liverpool last month. For Christians, it was the apparent determination of Alfie’s doctors to turn off his life machine that...

The recent allegations of sexual harassment over decades lodged against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein and the domino effect on other public figures has sent ripples worldwide. The #metoo hashtag on social media united not only female victims but also many male supporters. My experience in...

Alastair Tancred is journalist on the BBC News website – here he urges Christians in the workplace not to hide their light under a bushel and tell others – but in a way that that works for them. It was a summer’s day in 1999 at...

A relentless pursuit of truth and justice, a rigorous assessment of evidence… in this month’s blog Bruce Gulland highlights aspects of a recent hit TV police drama which relate both to the resurrection and our work as Christians in the media.  You may have loved it;...

Comedy writer James Cary (Miranda, Bluestone 42) makes the link between Planet Earth II and Christmas, and why this is the season of good news for David Attenborough. I was eight when The Living Planet arrived on BBC1. I remember looking forward to it all day at...

Would the church make a good screenplay? If the golden rule of visual storytelling is ‘show, don’t tell’, then our 21st century first world church does not a great screenplay make. If you pitched it, it wouldn’t be bought. If you made it, it would flop. Maybe...