Ascension Day – the pouring out of gifts

Today is Ascension Day. At church we’ve been spending the past few months thinking through how we might best work in ministry together Along the way one of the Bible passages we keep returning to is this one: Eph. 4:7-13    But to each one of us grace has been given as Christ apportioned it. […]

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Mormonism and the Velominati

I just got a bike and am a happy to report that I’ve completed 2 rides with no damage except painful quads and shoulders. As part of my initiation into what I am rapidly discovering is another sub-culture I was pointed by a friend to what is known as “The Rules” hosted by Velominati (who […]

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John Stott

we heard the news about John Stott while in Manhattan and had the enormous privilege of being at All Souls, Langham Place on Sunday morning to share with our fomer church family. Like so many other articles written, I have distinct memories of Uncle John. Three come to mind. First is reading his book “Christ., the […]

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When is it NOT a “Christian Voice”?

Answer: When it's simply legalism. The Daily Mail (not that we want to hold them up as the bastion of consistently objective, unsensational reporting) has a stunning article today on a truth that many in UK evangelicalism have known for a while, Stephen Green [wiki] of “Christian Voice” is a bit of a nasty man. […]

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Eternal Subordination of the Son as Essential to the Godhead?

I'm going to get in trouble over this one. The egalitarian camp have long been criticised in many way, but not least in that their position undermines classical Trinitarian doctrine. So, for example, from the previous article,   From the Trinity Some feel that one's position on egalitarianism affects one's position on subordination within the Trinity. […]

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