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Dec 22, 2023

Socialism means 'bad', right?  That's what many of our churches assume. Whenever anyone suggests Socialism as an option, many Christians have a set of anti-Socialist questions locked and loaded, ready to fire. We decided to put some of them to an expert.

Christian Socialism on Beer Christianity

To us, Socialism is really just a system of making sure nobody is...

Dec 4, 2023

The Democratic Republic of Congo and its citizens should, by rights, be among the richest in the world.

Congo crisis with Maurice Carney

Congo is a country with vast and rich natural resources, abundant  potential energy and a strategic place in the heart of Africa. And yet, Congo is currently home to one fo the worst humanitarian crises on earth, and...

Nov 23, 2023


Jolyon Maugham Good Law Project Beer Christianity

Jolyon Maugham has been called 'Public Enemy No. 1" by terrible right wing newspapers, attacked by Rishi Sunak and belittled with smears by the BBC. 

And if that wasn't enough to make you love him, he also heads up an organisation that works for justice in our laws and legal system, challenging powerful elites and...

Nov 10, 2023

That's a nice patriarchy you got there. Be a shame if someone were to smash it...

Nice Churchy Patriarchy Beer Christianity

Whether your church is complementarian, soft complementarian, egalitarian or has never thought about the distinction, the odds are good that patriarchy is damaging people in your fellowship, and damaging the witness and ministry of your...

Oct 31, 2023

A few weeks ago, Malky and Jonty travelled to London to take part in a large (though it turns out not the largest) march to protest the continued Israeli bombing of civilians in Gaza and the ongoing ethnic cleansing of Palestine through Occupation and settlements.



It was peaceful. It wass diverse. It included...