On bad weather and the way we think of the natural environment
What made him such a great man? Did his Christianity have something to do with it?
Response to the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer's Autumn Statement, announcing a rise in the retirement age
The UK Government's abandonment of policies to protect the environment is motivated by estimates of short-term advantage, but the implications are much more severe.
Commentary on the Church of England's Pilling Report on sexual ethics, published November 2013.
Also a blog post describing the main points
The laws of nature are only descriptions of what happens, not forces. Thinking of them as forces makes atheism seem more credible than it otherwise would be
How fracking symbolises values which are increasingly being challenged, and need to be
Results of the Greendex survey of international attitudes to how we affect the environment, and George Monbiot's responses
Blog post on thinking for oneself on matters of faith and a story about John Fenton
How fast do we need to drive?