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The ‘problem’ of unanswered prayer

‘Prayer is an offering up of our desires unto God, for things agreeable to his will, in the name of…

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SASRA and the World War 1 centenary…

In this third article, the Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Scripture Readers Association (SASRA) continues to highlight the work of its forerunners…


Christian reality in a world of unreality

The sovereign, triune God is utterly unknowable unless he reveals himself. He dwells in deep darkness and can be known…


The number one reason youth leave the…

When churches find a dearth of young people in the congregation, it is never long before questions start being asked.…


Treasures at Geanies House

A few years before the last battle on British soil fought at Culloden, a fine country manor was being completed.…

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Jesus Through the Old Testament: Transform your Bible understanding
Graeme Goldsworthy

The whole Bible presents Jesus, but do we always perceive him? Graeme sets out to help Christians see the centrality of Jesus to the Old Testament (OT). The book is in two halves, the first covering how to see Jesus…

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What are We Doing Here?
Marilynne Robinson

The distinguished American author of these essays was awarded the National Humanities Medal by President Obama and has won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction. She is widely respected among conservative evangelical figures on both sides of the Atlantic. The fifteen…

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The Fear of God
John Bunyan

In days when any true understanding of the fear of God is in short supply, this challenging book calls us to wonder again at the character and glory of God and rebukes our careless and sloppy attitudes to his holiness…

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Adam: The First and the Last. Responding to modern attacks on Adam and Christ
Simon Turpin

In recent years, a concerning phenomenon has emerged: issues that once divided evangelical Christians from liberals are now debated within evangelicalism itself. Heavily influenced by the tenets of evolutionary orthodoxy, prominent writers are increasingly going for the jugular. We evangelicals…