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January 2018
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Media – Reformation 360

Historic buildings at the heart of St Andrews, Scotland, have been digitally reconstructed to reveal how they looked nearly 500 years ago, before the Reformation changed the face of the town forever. St Salvator’s quad and chapel, at the heart of the University of St Andrews, can now be seen in a virtual recreation, which…

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February 2018
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Reformation woman: Anna Reinhard

Katharina Luther looms large in any discussion about Protestant women during the Reformation. She earned her acclaim through her work — and her high-profile, high-maintenance husband. But there were other women who also laboured for the newly revived church. They, too, have much to teach us. The first woman to become a Reformer’s wife…

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February 2018
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John Newton – Index Page

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December 2017
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True freedom

I’m not sure what you think about Christianity or even Christians as you are reading this, but I would like to share with you the way the God of the Bible changed my life in ways I never thought would happen. My upbringing was a Christian one, as both my parents are Bible-believing Christians.…

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December 2017
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2017 Christmas Issue

If I were a wise man —Jeremy Brooks; Why Jesus came — David Campbell Royal speech — Roger Carswell;The danger of the manger —Gary Clayton Celebrating a celebration—Timothy Cross; Motherhood and Christmas — Simoney Kyriakou Passchendale — Paul Mackrell; Let’s go to Bethlehem — Peter Milsom Jesus Christ is wonderful — Geoff Thomas; The…

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December 2017
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Reformation 500

It is exactly 500 years since 31 October 1517, the day when Martin Luther placarded 95 theses on the door of the Castle Church at Wittenberg. This seemingly obscure event was arguably the flame that lit the touchpaper and the beginning of the sixteenth century Reformation.   The Reformation This timeline uses text and…

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September 2017
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Event – FCC holiday

Just under 30 people attended the 2017 Free Church (Continuing) All-Age Holiday, held in Windmill Christian Centre, Arbroath, in July. Due to the popularity of the centre, we were not able to book our usual week-long slot; so, instead of not holding the holiday, the organisers opted to stage it over an extended weekend.…

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September 2017
Articles > Historical > Uncategorised

Evangelicalism in Wales, 1967–2017

The last 50 years have been years of change, both for Wales as a nation and for its evangelical witness. Its geography, culture, languages and politics have always been distinctive. Almost three million people live in this beautiful part of the United Kingdom and they speak two official languages, Welsh and English. However, Wales…

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September 2017
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50 challenging years

Over 1967-2017, confessional evangelical Christianity in Britain has faced some significant challenges. Here are six of them: 1) The so-called ‘New Perspective’ on the teaching of the apostle Paul. In a book entitled Paul and Palestinian Judaism by Ed Sanders, which appeared 40 years ago, the thesis was promoted that the Jews of Pauline…

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August 2017
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Induction – Pastoral ministry in Fetcham

Christ Church Fetcham (CCF) has been a Christian witness to the small village of Fetcham near Leatherhead in Surrey for over 20 years. Last September their second pastor, Ian Fry, moved on to Oxford to take up a new role in St Ebbe’s under Vaughan Roberts. CCF is looking for a pastor, but the…

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July 2017
Uncategorised > Faroe Islands

The quiet revival in the Faroes

The Faroe Islands lie about 180 nautical miles north west of the Shetlands. Recent archaeological digs suggest long-term settlements were established there in the 4th century AD. These were probably from Celtic people — suggested by today’s place names and hand-sized, stone crosses. Around 860AD the Vikings arrived, which brought the Faroes under Norway.…

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July 2017
Articles > Historical > Uncategorised

Jane Austen (1775-1817)

The highly talented novelist Jane Austen died 200 years ago, on 18 July 1817. Was she a Christian? Only God knows for sure, but believers reading her novels will ask this question. Jane Austen wrote brilliantly within her own sphere of life, although there were many matters she did not cover. Carol Shields, in…

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