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Obeying God, Obeying Man — Some Key Scriptures

Churches around the world are being faced with government authorities which are handing down restrictions, often with little explanation or defence of their rules.  Some of these rules impinge on freedom of worship or how we worship.  Many churches are … Continue reading

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Wiio’s Laws and the Word of the Lord

Osmo Antero Wiio was an economist and member of the Finnish Parliament, but he is best known for “Wiio’s Laws of Communication.”  In these, he laid down a rather humourous set of seven principles or laws (with some additional sub-points) … Continue reading

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The Bible — It Rings True

A friend sent me a question.  It was a good question, an honest question, and one from which we, as Christians, should not shy away.  He was asking how we know the Bible is what it claims to be. A comment … Continue reading

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“Church on Purpose” — The Centrality of Scripture

This is the reason behind some of the things we do, the way we “do church.” Continue reading

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Homosexuality — What the Bible Clearly Says

Jesus could hardly have been more clear that God’s intent for the one flesh relationship is male and female in marriage. Continue reading

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A Bizarre Snapshot of British Evangelicalism

99% want a church that faithfully teaches the Bible, but most aren’t getting that teaching, or they would know what it says. Continue reading

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The Unity of Scripture

So, what is the story of the Bible? It is the story of God’s love, the story of THE SAVIOUR who gave His life that we might live in love with Him forever. Continue reading

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