As far as our language around vocation is concerned, we as Christians so often get it wrong. We do not understand what it is all … Read More ›
Author: Jack Nicholson
Jack Nicholson is a student of nineteenth century British political history, although as an Anglican he has also a keen a interest in the intersection between theology and historical study. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, cooking for friends, walking in the countryside, and now writing which he sees as an extension of the life of prayer and an important means by which, if called, we come alive in God.
During our walk recently across Port Meadow, Oxford, my friend expressed uncertainty about the practice of confessing one’s sins to one’s friends. That was, I … Read More ›