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Belfast hotel says sorry for ending marriage…

A church minister in Northern Ireland has won his legal battle against the hotel that shut down his meeting about…

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PERSONAL VIEW: Why Christians must question ‘the…

This article is here published as a personal view by the author. Almost never before in history has it been…

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Robin Dowling (1946–2020)

Robin Dowling, a former Grace Baptist pastor, missionary, and theologian, departed to be with Christ in July. He will be…

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Obituary: Revd Dr Peter Golding (1933–2020)

Peter was raised in a Christian household and the eldest of three siblings. He was evacuated during World War 2…

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Finland: Third interrogation for former interior minister

Päivi Räsänen, former minister of the interior and serving member of the Finnish Parliament, has faced her third police interrogation…

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Sexuality and Identity (trilogy)
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Sexuality and Identity (trilogy)
Owen Strachan and Gavin Peacock

These three punchy books address pressing issues: what the Bible teaches about lust (on desire), about homosexuality (on Biblical sexuality) and about transgenderism (on identity). The trilogy approach keeps each book short and focused while dovetailing effectively. Each book has…

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Veiled in Flesh – The Incarnation: What It Means and Why It Matters
Melvin Tinker

Although this book deals with a profound mystery, it is written in an accessible style. It falls into two parts: an exposition of the Christological elements of the opening verses of Hebrews followed by an historical and systematic theological discussion…

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The Creaking on the Stairs: Finding Faith in God Through Childhood Abuse
Mez Mconnell

This is a theodicy with a difference! There are many books written on the question of why God allows suffering, but few are as personal and painful as this one. Beginning with the author’s conflicted emotions on learning that the…

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A Beginner’s Guide To Church History
Philip Parsons

This book is a must-read for every Christian, which covers a wide period from the apostolic age to the church under Communism. There are numerous excellent works on church history, like Philip Schaff’s eight volumes, or Andrew Miller’s three volumes,…