Why deprived communities need more than a social gospel

I am all for ‘mercy ministries’ and doing good to our neighbours. I think sometimes Reformed Christians can become so focused on doctrinal purity –

The problem of subjective righteousness

I am watching a programme about the Northern Irish funeral murders. My two particular specialist areas of academic interest are Northern Irish Loyalism and Evangelicalism

Liverpool FC offer a potent metaphor for the Christian life

I settled down on Saturday night to watch the Liverpool v West Brom FA Cup fixture. Things started well enough. Five minutes in, a major

Where is Jesus Christ?

Don Carson shares the following story in his book, The God who is there. My first degree was in chemistry and mathematics at McGill University in

Why do we celebrate Christmas?

What is all the hoopla about Christmas anyway? Why make such a fuss? Is it really all that significant? Here is how the Bible puts

Were those who fall away from Christ ever truly saved?

As a church, we have been preaching through the book of Numbers. To supplement that teaching, we have been pressing into the points of application

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