Nigel Chapman

Long reads on Christian thought

About the author and the site

I’m a computer programmer from Sydney Australia with a Masters degree in Divinity, which means theology.  My main interest is in the letters of Paul in the New Testament, and their ethical and theological meaning.

Every now and then I’ll write a long article that that tries to solve a pressing problem of some kind, usually involving Christian thought or practice.  The internet promotes a fragmentary and occassional discussions of issues, but ‘long reads’ can help us think more comprehensively about important subjects.  To help with long reading, a link at the top of any article on this site allows it to be downloaded as an eBook.  Subscribe for email updates1 or follow on Twitter as @eukras.2

 

Latest Changes (4)

Article Wiki

Long-form humanities writing in plain text.
26 December 2019 · 4,920 w.

How Should Christians Think and Speak?

And should we naturally resist polarisation?
1 January 2020 · 41,857 w.

A Modest Proposal that Same-sex Marriage Solves our Evangelical Problems with Same-sex Orientation

12 February 2020 · 24,250 w.

Notebook

Random thoughts, in random order.
06 July 2019 · 1,103 w.

Published Articles (4)

A Modest Proposal that Same-sex Marriage Solves our Evangelical Problems with Same-sex Orientation

12 February 2020 · 24,250 w.

Article Wiki

Long-form humanities writing in plain text.
26 December 2019 · 4,920 w.

How Should Christians Think and Speak?

And should we naturally resist polarisation?
1 January 2020 · 41,857 w.

Notebook

Random thoughts, in random order.
06 July 2019 · 1,103 w.
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