Archive for 'March,2010'
We are accustomed to people having a variety of leanings and dispositions in church life – people feel a sense of burden for differing ministries. However, amongst these there must be an intelligent interest in the [...]
‘Then the soldiers of the governor took Jesus into the Praetorium and gathered the whole garrison around Him’ (Matt. 27:27). Word quickly gets round that ‘the prisoner’ is here, and no ordinary prisoner – this one’s [...]
A few weeks ago our door-bell rang at two o’clock on a Sunday morning. Naturally, brave as ever, I went to answer it. I peered boldly round the heavy wooden door, holding it firm as protection [...]
In order to establish the doctrine of penal substitution we are not dependent on a few isolated proof-texts here and there in Scripture. The doctrine is woven indelibly into the very fabric of the account of [...]
On a return flight from a recent overseas trip I was sitting to the left of a chatty eleven-year-old who had just entered secondary school. His more self-conscious older brother sat quietly to his right while [...]
In this issue: Reincarnation or resurrection? The condemned King God’s necessary gift Hail, King of the Jews! Engaging with your local MP Tribute to Glyndwr Jenkins The missing note in Christian piety Being God’s rainbow people [...]