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January 2021

Beginning at the right place

Ephesus was a dreadful place. It was a city full of evil spirits where people used books of magic. In…

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January 2021

The search for assurance

Over the years Christian friends have come to me with all sorts of questions and problems. Of all the personal…

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January 2021

Covid-19 and worship

Absence makes the heart grow fonder’ according to the popular proverb. While this is often true, so is the opposite…

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January 2021

Leaving the Church of England: When going…

In August 2020 a new Anglican network of churches was formed out of St John, Newland in Hull. Within two…

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January 2021

The positive case for Christian education

In a recent edition of ET, Andrew Rowell wrote an article, ‘Have we lost our vision for Christian education?’ He…

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Being a Pastor: A conversation with Andrew Fuller
Michael Haykin

In their introduction, the authors express their concern regarding the effect of megachurch pastors and public perception of what makes a good minister. A principle stated at the beginning of the book is that we should learn from the example…

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The Fruitful Home: Creating a gospel culture for family life
Ann Benton

As Christians, we long to train up our children in the way they should go (Proverbs 22:6); and in The Fruitful Home, Ann Benton helpfully and practically gives us solid biblical advice on how to go about this intentionally. In a…

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Being a Pastor: A conversation with Andrew Fuller
Michael Haykin

In their introduction, the authors express their concern regarding the effect of megachurch pastors and public perception of what makes a good minister. A principle stated at the beginning of the book is that we should learn from the example…

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Christ Victorious: Selected Writings of Hugh Martin
Hugh Martin

Hugh Martin (1822–1885) was one of those 19th century Scottish theologians whose published works have stood the test of time. With good reason, for his works are consistently sound, reverent, edifying, and challenging to mind and heart. This is a…