Archive for 'November,2009'
There’s a very well-known story of the man who worried that he was dead. No-one could persuade him otherwise, until eventually one wise doctor gave him literature to read that proved that dead men don’t bleed. [...]
During the last two thousand years Europe has been won for the gospel twice. It has also been lost twice. Shockingly, as we begin the third millennium, Europe bears the dubious distinction of being the most [...]
What a relief it was to become an atheist. I had become worn out by my fruitless search for God. I had studied holy writings from three different continents. No God there. I had tried prayer [...]
Something truly amazing is happening in the world today that barely gets even a mention in the newspapers. In recent years, and for the first time in history, it can be said that the world movement [...]
In 1891 a thirteen-year-old boy in Georgia took out a book from a little bookshop in Gori, Georgia. He was so entranced by the book and its message that he read it all night forgetting to [...]
As Christians, we acknowledge that time itself has been split into two distinct eras, BC and AD, by the life and times of our Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ – the effect of His incarnation has [...]