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June 2020
News > Church news

Inaugural TBS auxiliary meetings

Across Britain, several inaugural meetings of Trinitarian Bible Society auxiliaries took place in January and February. The first gathering of the South West branch occurred in January at Beacon Park Baptist Church, Plymouth. Over 40 TBS supporters from local churches in Cornwall and Devon attended. As with other inaugural meetings, the TBS’s Joe Sayers…

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March 2020
News > Church news

Revised Persian translation of the New Testament is ready

The Trinitarian Bible Society has taken delivery of 7,500 copies of a revised New Testament in Persian (Farsi). A further 5,000 copies are being printed in the USA. Farsi is spoken by over 100 million people, mainly in Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan. Complete translations of Scripture into Farsi first arose following the pioneering work…

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June 2019
News > Conferences

Translation update from Trinitarian Bible Society

An annual deputation meeting of the Trinitarian Bible Society (TBS) has been held at the Presbyterian Reformed Church, Stockton-on-Tees. Several evangelical denominations were represented and Dr David Allen spoke for the TBS. We began with a heart-warming exposition of Ephesians 3:20 (‘Now to him who is able…’). It was wonderful to be reminded of…

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Trinitarian Bible Society – Bibles needed and provided

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July 2018
News > Church news

Trinitarian Bible Society – Bibles needed and provided

Dr David Allen of the Trinitarian Bible Society visited the Presbyterian Reformed Church, Stockton-on-Tees on Tuesday 22 May. Folk attended from six local churches including the host church. Dr Allen preached from Romans 1:16-17 where Paul affirms that he is ‘not ashamed’ of the gospel of Christ. We were reminded that Peter was three…

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Article

October 2017
Articles > Youth Features

Reformation Timeline

If Methuselah died in 2017, he would have been born in 1048 and could have fought at the Battle of Hastings. He would have lived through the whole of the Reformation period and into the present day. Not being Methuselahs, it isn’t like that for us! For us, the Reformation began seven or eight…

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