Monthly Archives: October 2011

Atheists & the KJV

    From The King’s English blog: That’s one of the topics for discussion at the Battle of Ideas 2011.  Tomorrow afternoon, 5:30pm at the Royal College of Art. Elizabeth Hunter the director of Theos, a public theology think-tank will be the Christian voice … Continue reading

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Isn’t the Bible’s god violent and evil?

From thebluefish blog: Here’s the tension. Jesus shows us the phenomenal love of the Triune God, the loving face and heart of his Father, annointed with the love-bringing Holy Spirit. And that’s sweet. But, doesn’t the same Bible that shows us … Continue reading

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Be the right person

From the Mars Hill blogs: Too many singles have a list of what they are looking for in a spouse. The problems with this are many. First, most singles don’t know what they really need for fifty years of God-glorifying … Continue reading

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3-2-1 Gospel

My friend Glen has come up with this gospel outline – what do you think? Three – Jesus keeps talking about His Father and the love they have shared before the world began. And He does everything in the power of … Continue reading

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Huh?

Lutheran journalist Mollie Hemingway has a fascinating piece in the Wall Street Journal about how the Episcopal Church in the USA is trying to thwart the new conservative Anglican denomination: When the Church of the Good Shepherd in Binghamton, N.Y., … Continue reading

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Gospel Contextualisation

By: Ng Shaowen I had the privilege to attend “Gospel in the City”, an event organized by Redemption Hill Church in Singapore in collaboration with Redeemer City to City (read more @ http://redeemercitytocity.com/our-story.jsp) – basically an international Gospel movement towards Gospel-centric … Continue reading

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Understanding the Gospel

By: Danny Chua I had the privilege to step attend “Gospel in the City”, an event organized by Redemption Hill Church in Singapore in collaboration with Redeemer City to City (read more @ http://redeemercitytocity.com/our-story.jsp) – basically an international Gospel movement towards … Continue reading

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