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All reviews by Ben Epps

Having grown up as an atheist, he became a Christian at University in 1996. He studied theology and pastoral studies at Oak Hill College from 2006-2009. He is married to Elisabeth and they have two children, Joseph and Chloe.

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Amy Carmichael – Beauty for Ashes
Iain H Murray

This is a brief, heart-warming and balanced biography of a great woman of God. Her enormous love and firm resolve remain an inspiration to the church worldwide.  Even before reaching India Amy demonstrated her resolve to serve Christ on the…

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Christianity on Trial
Mark Lanier

The author, an American case lawyer, explains his reasons for believing the gospel. To undecided readers, his closing words underscore his evangelistic aim: ‘This is the verdict I have reached. I think it is most reasonable, and I pray you…

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Paradoxology
Krish Kandiah

Paradoxology Krish KandiahHodder & Stoughton, 308 pages, £13.99ISBN: 978-1-444-74534-4Star rating: 4 This lively book aims to demonstrate to the average believer that wrestling with the conundrums of the Christian life is essential to spiritual growth. For example, why would the…

The Missing Generation
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The Missing Generation
Kay Mumford

The Missing Generation Kay Mumford 10ofthose 154, £5.99 ISBN: 978-1-90617-392-0 Star Rating: 4 Subtitled as ‘a practical guide to 20s-30s ministry’, this concise book covers huge swathes of practical detail on developing an ‘every-member ministry’ and making godly young disciples of…

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Charles Simeon of Cambridge — silhouettes and skeletons
Ed. Julia Cameron

Charles Simeon of Cambridge — silhouettes and skeletons Ed. Julia Cameron The Lausanne Movement, 48 pages £6.95 ISBN: 978-1-899464-14-2 Star Rating : 4 John Stott’s spiritual predecessor, Charles Simeon, had arguably an even greater influence for good on the church…

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Moving in the Right Circles
Chick Yuill

Too many people find their experience as Christians incomplete and unsatisfactory... Jamal enjoys his voluntary work with down-and-outs but finds church irrelevant. Jack believes he's going to heaven but isn't sure what difference Jesus makes to him now. Aimee loves…

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