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What’s Shaping Britain?
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What’s Shaping Britain?

Mark Greene addresses the question: What’s shaping Britain?  His conclusion is that it is not the Church, nor even Governments, as it has been in previous centuries, but global Business.  He sets out the three big ‘isms’ of business, that is, modernism, individualism and consumerism, and shows how the Gospel is the antidote to all...

Get a Grip 1
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Get a Grip 1

Ruth Valerio, A Rocha, delivers a talk titled Is Salvation Red or Green? Listen to this talk from Get a Grip, a conference to help church ministers and Bible teachers in every context to understand better and to teach confidently, the more controversial passages of the Bible.  The conference was held in Cardiff on 3 November...

Get a Grip 2
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Get a Grip 2

Alan Hewitt, Senior Pastor of Hope Community Church, Newtown, speaks on Biblical Narrative. Listen to this talk from Get a Grip, a conference to help church ministers and Bible teachers in every context to understand better and to teach confidently, the more controversial passages of the Bible. The conference was held in Cardiff on 3 November...

Get a Grip 3
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Get a Grip 3

Jonathan Stephen, Principal of Wales Evangelical School of Theology, answers the question, “Why Systematic Theology?” Listen to this talk from Get a Grip, a conference to help church ministers and Bible teachers in every context to understand better and to teach confidently, the more controversial passages of the Bible. The conference was held in Cardiff on...

Get a Grip 4
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Get a Grip 4

Ruth Valerio of A Rocha closes the conference on the topic ‘Letting the Word Dwell Richly’. Listen to this talk from Get a Grip, a conference to help church ministers and Bible teachers in every context to understand better and to teach confidently, the more controversial passages of the Bible. The conference was held in...

Spectacular Ordinary Disciples
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Spectacular Ordinary Disciples

Speaker:   Rev Dr. Viv Thomas of St. Paul’s, Hammersmith. Originally presented at the Cardiff session of Spectacular Ordinary Disciples, 13 October 2011. In a culture where people are struggling with boredom, meaninglessness and excess, how can Christians experience full, vivid and rich life? Celebrity, money, buying stuff or extra holidays will not do it....

Engaging Our Culture
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Engaging Our Culture

Rev. Dr. Joel Edwards sets out four ‘new competences’ needed by Christians in this generation, in order to present the Good News credibly for a 21st Century world. He shows that, based on the Apostle Peter’s call to the first century Christians, to argue about world views and ‘big ideas’ is very Christian, as we...

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