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June 2017

Conference – Banner of Truth minsters’ conference…

In a new departure for a conference that has always met at Leicester, this year’s conference from 24-27 April took…

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June 2017

Conference – Luther and Scotland

Martin Luther and Scotland was the theme of a Scottish Reformation Society ( conference on 7-8 April, organised for the…

June 2017

Conference – EMW pastors’ wives

From the evening of 5 May to Saturday 6 May, Gwydion and Catrin Lewis welcomed approximately 20 ladies to the…

June 2017

Conference – Reclaiming marriage

The picturesque view overlooking the Beauly Firth towards the Black Isle once again delighted those who attended the annual spring…

June 2017

Conference – Birmingham conference

On Friday 24 and Saturday 25 March, a record number gathered for the eighth Birmingham Conference at Ebenezer Chapel, Old…

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The Great Unknown
Paul Blackham

This book brings us an exploration of biblical themes relating to heaven and hell. From its phraseology, it seems derived from spoken addresses, but there are pitfalls as well as advantages in turning preached sermons into book form. On the…

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Why should I believe Christianity?
James N Anderson

The author, a Scotsman, is a faculty member of Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, North Carolina. The book is part of an apologetics series called ‘The Big Ten: Critical Questions Answered’. Its purpose is clear from the title: to persuade unbelievers…

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A wind in the house of Islam
David Garrison

The stated purpose of this book is to review the re-emergence of Christianity in the Muslim world. Garrison was motivated to write it by the high number of Muslim conversions to Christ during the last 100 years, particularly in the…

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The Great River – Primitive Methodism till 1868
David M Young

This book describes the origins and development of Primitive Methodism in North Hampshire. As such, it is an encouragement to perseverance in evangelistic work today. The book is not a general history of the denomination. Instead, it offers a carefully…