“Listen to how the fourth-century Roman historian Eusebius described the early Christian named Sanctus, when Sanctus stood before his torturers in the year AD 177: “with such determination did he stand up to their onslaughts that he would not tell them his own name, race, and birthplace or whether he was slave or free. To every question re replied, in Latin, ‘I am a Christian.’ … Continue reading My ultimate allegiance
“If the coming into existence of the Nazarenes [Christians], a phenomenon undeniably attested in the New Testament, rips a great hole in history, a hole of the size and shape of the resurrection, what does the secular historian propose to stop it up with?” C. F. D. Moule Continue reading A resurrection challenge
“We draw people to Christ not by loudly discrediting what they believe, by telling them how wrong they are and how right we are, but by showing them a light that is so lovely that they want with all their hearts to know the source of it.” Madeleine L’Engle Continue reading A Light that is so lovely…
Today I stumbled across a document I wrote for Life Church back at the last General Election (May 2015). Reading through it, apart from the references to local contexts, I think little has changed in how I would want to encourage people to engage in the forthcoming (2017) election. Why not take a read 1504_The__General_Election_and_You Continue reading The General Election: How should I engage?
A clear and respectful answer by Albert Mohler http://www.albertmohler.com/2015/12/18/do-christians-and-muslims-worship-the-same-god/ Continue reading Do Christians and Muslims worship the same God?