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Historical

October 2017
Articles > Historical

William Tyndale: the man who gave England her Bible

William Tyndale came from Gloucestershire, from the Vale of Berkeley, probably from Slimbridge, and the best estimates suggest that he was born in 1494. Educated at Oxford, at Magdalen Hall, he returned to his native county to become tutor to the two sons of Sir John Walsh, at Little Sodbury Manor, in 1522. His…

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Article

September 2017
Articles > Ecclesiological & Pastoral

Talking to yourself

I have heard it said that talking to oneself is the first sign of madness. Well, if that is the case, then I am mad! And, I sincerely hope that there are many more mad people who are reading this article! I have often talked to myself. Is that such a bad thing? I…

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News

June 2017
News > Mission

Mission – Bible translations

In 2016 Bible Societies assisted in the completion of translations in 61 languages, spoken by over 428 million people. According to Bible Societies, last year was ‘a first’ for no fewer than 30 languages, spoken by more than 95 million people. This means 17 communities now have their very first Bible, six have a…

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William Tyndale –  the man who gave England her Bible

Historical

April 2011
Articles > Historical

William Tyndale – the man who gave England her Bible

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Historical

December 2010
Articles > Historical

A divine irony

A divine irony With an ominous rattle of wheels and the crack of a whip, a cart was driven through the gates of an Edinburgh hospital. Another casualty was being rushed in, a man critically injured in some industrial accident. With the lower half of his body horribly crushed, he was in desperate pain.…

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Article

November 1999
Articles > Biblical/theological

Sola Scriptura — a necessity today

Martin Luther, reflecting on his momentous calling, wrote 'All I have done is to put forth, preach and write the Word of God, and apart from this I have done nothing'. In our own days of widespread apostasy, ignorance and superstition, I cannot help but feel that Christians need to look back to the…

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Historical

October 1999
Articles > Historical

Giovanni Diodati : 1576 – 1649

For lovers of God’s Word and ways, there are names littered throughout church history which stir feelings of profound gratitude. These names are centuries old, many of them dating from the Reformation. They are the names of men and women to whom we owe an enormous debt. In many cases they laid down their…

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