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News

September 2017
News > Youth

Student pressures — caught between conformity and condemnation

Across the UK, students are preparing to start at university and college, while others are entering the workplace. But for Christians there is the additional challenge of the pressure to conform. Universities and colleges received 469,490 applications this year from UK students, according to UCAS data. Meanwhile, statistics from Universities UK suggest some 90…

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News

August 2017
News > Ethics

Ethics – Freedom of conscience

Pharmacists are free to practice according to their conscience, the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) has agreed. In new guidelines, the GPhC overwrote old guidance, which could have seen Christians have to choose between their faith or their job. This is because they may have been forced to provide access to abortifacient drugs. The GPhC…

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Article

November 1998
Articles > Ecclesiological & Pastoral

To Seek or Not

The ‘Seeker Church’ is state-of-the-art for Californian churches. Everything is calculated to get the unchurched into the pew. Television programming is the standard, the guiding principle being ‘what works for the networks will work for the church’. Getting on board Seeker churches are successful; therefore, traditional churches are changing to get on board. A…

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Article

August 1997
Articles > Ecclesiological & Pastoral

Striving for Unity

As long as the church of the living Christ is on this earth and composed of individual believers who are still in the flesh, it will never be perfect. This is the sad fact and is one of the reasons why the apostle Paul wrote his epistles to the Corinthian church. However, even Paul…

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