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All articles by Robert Letham

Robert is Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology at the Union School of Theology, formerly Wales Evangelical School of Theology.
He is also Adjunct Professor of Systematic Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary.

The church at worship – Robert Letham

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July 2007
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The church at worship – Robert Letham

Guest ColumnThe church at worshipby Robert LethamLegem credendi lex statuit supplicandi ('the rule of faith establishes the rule of prayer'). This slogan was first coined by Prosper of Aquitaine in the fifth century and has reverberated down the centuries. It is still relevant today. In practice, it points to the fact that the way…

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Guest Column – Support the ministry – Robert Letham

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June 2007
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Guest Column – Support the ministry – Robert Letham

Support for the ministryBy Robert LethamLast month I stressed the need for an educated ministry, warning against the dangers of belittling the use of the mind. In this, church authorities have a vital part to play. It is imperative that congregations should recognise the need to nurture and develop the capacities of their ministers.…

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An educated ministry

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May 2007
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An educated ministry

Recently I returned to Britain after 17 years' ministry in the United States. In all, I have lived on the other side of the Atlantic for 28 years of my adult life. During that time the Christian church in the UK has taken a battering. Many Evangelicals are losing hold on central doctrines such…

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