Monthly Archives: November 2013

Worship,Faith and Doubt in the Nativity Story

One of the fascinating aspects of the Nativity story is the important place of worship within it, worship features both in formal settings and in everyday life. It is almost as if the paradigm for worship is given in an … Continue reading

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My Theological Journey: From Hyper-Calvinist to Reformed Charismatic.

In the autumn of 1969 I became a Christian, I was raised in a Christian home and attended the Gospel Standard Strict Baptist Chapel. At the time I became a Christian I had been involved in left wing politics for … Continue reading

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Creation,Fall and the Promise of Redemption

When we read the first 3 chapters of Genesis it is easy to be so taken up with the subject of creation and the fall that we altogether miss the promise of redemption. Chapters 1 and 2 show us the … Continue reading

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