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March 2005
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Tell it as it isIn this month’s Missionary Spotlight an experienced Australian missionary working in Papua New Guinea (PNG) says: ‘Large numbers of church-going Papua New Guineans remain in false belief and, therefore, unbelief. "Churches" are brimming with people, but many of them do not know what the gospel of Christ is about’. This…

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February 2005
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Comment-ET International

Readers may have noticed that our first-ever international edition - Evangelical Times International (ETI) - has now been launched. ETI is a quarterly, 16-page newspaper designed for low-cost air-mailing overseas. It contains news items, book reviews and accessible articles on theological, historical, devotional and biblical themes relevant to all Evangelicals. The articles are mainly,…

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January 2005
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Comment-Priorities and pluralism

This issue of ET focuses on mission - a fitting subject for the dawn of a New Year, half a decade into the new millennium. Evangelicals must not forget the Great Commission from the risen Lord: 'Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature' (Mark 16:15). While there remains one…

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November 2004
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Culture clashThere is much heart-searching over the clash of cultures in Britain’s multi-ethnic society. The media sometimes approach overload in dealing with the subject, as politicians and community workers jostle to air their views.Yet the most basic culture clash of all often goes unrecognised — the conflict between the wisdom of the world and…

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October 2004
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Evil - silent witness to the truthThe existence of evil is a potent apologetic argument for the truths of Christianity. Evil is an experiential reality that atheists and agnostics cannot hide from, however ingenious their philosophical arguments. The writer can recall an ex-RAF officer explaining that he could not believe in the existence of…

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August 2004
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Last month we considered the example set by Paul and his fellow missionaries when they evangelised Thessalonica. We saw that they, in turn, were following the example of Christ who, 'being in the form of God ... humbled himself and became obedient to the point of death' that he might redeem us to God…

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July 2004
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The power of exampleHowever you view the possible marriage of Prince Charles to Camilla Parker-Bowles, most would agree that they have set a deplorable example in their marital and extra-marital relationships.Whether the Church of England has set a better example in dealing with these matters is doubtful. Nor can our generation look to the…

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