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Obituary: Rev Dr John F Brencher (1936-2020)

John F Brencher was born in London on 10 April 1936 and died in York on 3 March 2020. Educated…

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Hope Chapel, Haslemere, reopens for church plant

Hope Chapel in Haslemere was home to a Strict Baptist church in Surrey for 156 years until 2018 when its…


New ethics tutor for Pastors’ Academy

The Pastors’ Academy in London has appointed its first Tutor in Christian Ethics, Revd Matthew Mason. Dr Garry Williams, director…


Manchester church marks 51st anniversary

On 5 January 1969 a group of 15 people made a covenant before God to form Droylsden Independent Church in…


Inaugural TBS auxiliary meetings

Across Britain, several inaugural meetings of Trinitarian Bible Society auxiliaries took place in January and February. The first gathering of…

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Book Reviews from June 2020

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A Tender Lion: The Life, Ministry, And Message Of J. C. Ryle
Bennett Rogers

This substantial hardback purports to be the first intellectual biography of J. C. Ryle. While it traces a rough chronology of his life, it is primarily a study of the thought, writings, and ministerial activities of ‘the most popular and…

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The Lord’s Supper: Answers to common questions
Keith Mathison

The book accomplishes exactly what it says on the cover. Although short, it is by no means shallow. Its chapters are punchy yet weighty, and the style of writing is both accessible and engaging. Written from a Reformed Presbyterian position,…

If I Could Speak: Letters from the Womb
Mark Jones

Abortion statistics for the UK are eye-watering and outrageous. There are about 220,000 abortions per year. That is 25 every hour, of every day. At least one baby will have been murdered in the time taken to read this short…

Pray Big: Learn to Pray Like an Apostle
Alistair Begg

Of the making of books on prayer there seems to be no end. That fact probably reflects the need that almost of all of us feel for more help in this vitally important area of our Christian lives The problem,…