This post is part of a series summarising some of the arguments in my new book Why Progressives Need God.

This post is about how we identify ourselves and who we exclude.

When Peter McGeary reviewed this book for the Church Times, he wondered that the writer thought she had written a book which was just about preaching.

He was right. It is more than about preaching. Or perhaps it would be more truthful to say that I wrote this book from a sense that either all Christians are called to be preachers, or that being a preacher, or being any kind of Christian, requires that we become more fully ourselves, the persons we really are.

This post is part of a series summarising some of the arguments in my new book Why Progressives Need God.

Everybody needs somewhere to live. Nobody wants to be a refugee, travelling from country to country looking for somewhere to settle down.

This post is part of a series summarising some of the arguments in my new book Why Progressives Need God.

One of the big issues that will face the new government on 9th June is how to maintain the electricity supply.

This post is part of a series summarising some of the arguments in my new book Why Progressives Need God.

Why do we have to do so much work? Why do so many people suffer stress through long hours, while others are unemployed?