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November 2015

New faith school

A new faith school has been set up in Birmingham with a Christian ethos. According to Michelle Newman, principal of…

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November 2015

Tyndale House study groups

Tyndale Fellowship study groups had another successful year. According to a newsletter from Tyndale House, the study groups offered people…


November 2015

New Isle of Skye minister

Last year’s Free Church of Scotland moderator has accepted a call to minister on the Isle of Skye. The induction…


November 2015

Limes Avenue Baptist Church – Induction

‘In Christ alone’, sung with great acclamation, set the theme of a welcome and induction service, led by Pastor Alan…


November 2015

WEST dedication service

Students, staff and supporters gathered on 12 September for the Wales Evangelical School of Theology’s dedication service to mark the…

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Fearless Faith
Jonathan Stephen

This book is the third in a series from Union (see for details). The aim of the series is to produce short, accessible theological books, and this offering is no exception. In the words of the author, this little book…

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Authentic Calvinism?

The annual Westminster Conference maintains a reputation for producing authoritative and penetrating papers that keep Reformed, biblical Christianity in touch with its past. Six papers delivered by six authors over the course of two days are published. This booklet represents…

The plausibility problem – the church and same-sex attraction
Ed Shaw

This is a book which pastors and youth leaders should read. It is written by an Anglican pastor who experiences same-sex attraction and who is quite frank about his struggles. Contemporary culture now demands that we face the issue of…

A cobweb covered conspiracy
Jill Silverthorne

There is a lot to like about this story for young adults. Written in the first person, from the standpoint of a boy from a disadvantaged family, it shows great compassion in opening readers’ eyes to the problems he faces.…