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All articles by Daniel Webber

Rev Daniel James David Webber retired from his role as Mission Director of the European Missionary Fellowship (EMF) at the end of July 2011.
He had been with EMF since 1990 and, in addition to leading the work of the mission, was Principal of its School of Biblical Studies. His teaching
responsibilities included Apologetics, Modern Church History and Pastoral Theology. Prior to joining EMF, he was pastor of an independent
evangelical church in Kent for nearly eighteen years.

News

November 2014
News

Ken Huxtable (1939–2014)

Following a protracted period of illness, Rev. Ken Huxtable passed peacefully into the presence of his Lord on Wednesday 27 August 2014. A funeral and burial service at Newhouse Baptist Church in Devon on Monday 8 October was followed by a thanksgiving service at Waterford House Evangelical Free Church in Strood, Kent on Friday…

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Reaching Europeans

Article

November 2009
Europe

Reaching Europeans

Reaching Europeans   To reach Europeans with the gospel we need to understand their cultural context. For more than a century, the world views of most Europeans have been shaped by a combination of philosophies, namely relativism, pluralism and secularism.   Relativism, an outworking of Enlightenment philosophy, is the view that ‘true truth’ (as…

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Forty years in Europe

Historical

February 2007
Articles > Historical

Forty years in Europe

The defining moment in European history during the last forty years was the fall of the Berlin Wall and the so-called Iron Curtain in 1989. It promised a new era of freedom and prosperity to those who had suffered under the tyranny of Communism. Hopes were high as people thronged the streets of their…

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Guest Column

Article

October 2003
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Guest Column

3. Proper manAs we turn the early pages of biblical revelation, two striking images of man quickly emerge. The first portrays him as the most noble of all God’s creatures, created ‘in [God’s] image, in [his] likeness’ (Genesis 1:26).His place in the universe is unique. Not only is he God’s special representative on earth,…

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Guest Column

Article

September 2003
Articles > Guest column

Guest Column

Created in God's image (2)Man, as originally made, was a truly remarkable creature. Not for him the status of a mere cog in a meaningless universe. On the contrary, here is one who was uniquely made.The Triune God had created him ‘in our image, in our likeness’ (Genesis 1:26). As such, he could stand…

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Guest Column

Article

August 2003
Articles > Guest column

Guest Column

Left to ourselves, our views on the nature and condition of man lean towards one of two extremes. Either we are more optimistic than experience actually warrants, or else we are more pessimistic than a proper exposure to the whole truth demands. On the former assessment, man is virtually a god; he 'determines for…

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