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Grace and glory

Grace and glory John was arguably the person closest to Jesus during his three years of incarnate ministry. He described…

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February 2012

‘I haven’t lost her’

The old Christian's wife of many years had died and the other believers in the church were not slow to…


February 2012

Hibernian heritage

Hibernian heritageThe Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) has defended its stance against parliamentary policies to classify civil and homosexual partnerships…


Meeting Abdul

Meeting Abdul The meeting takes place in his small grocery shop. [The Christian's speech is italicised.] Hi! Good morning! My…


Faraday – Man of science and man…

DVD review Faraday — Man of science and man of God Professor Andy McIntosh 2011 Answers in Genesis (UK/Europe), £9.00…

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We don’t do God
We don’t do God
George & Andrew Carey

We don't do God George & Andrew Carey Monarch - Lion Hudson 176, £7.99 ISBN: 978-0-85721-030-2 Star Rating: 1 The former Archbishop of Canterbury here joins forces with his journalist son to express their concerns about the spiritual direction that Britain is…

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Bringing the gospel home
Randy Newman

Sharing the gospel with a family member can be an exciting experience—and often a long, painful, and confrontational one. Randy Newman recognizes it can be more difficult and frustrating to witness to a family member than to nearly anyone else.…

One Lord, One Plan, One People
Rodger Crooks

New to the Bible? One Lord, One Plan, One People will help you uncover what the Bible is all about as it takes you on a journey from Genesis to Revelation, pointing out the main features of each book. Want…

Faraday – Man of science and man of God
Andy McIntosh

A sad trend in Britain is the declining awareness of our Christian heritage. The ambition to change the world is good, and past generations did just that. We often think of the noble army of pastors, teachers and missionaries who…