So having been motivated by the biblical appeal to action in Keller’s Generous Justice (see previous post), what’s the difference? It would hardly be right
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I have been waiting for years for someone to write this book. And so I’m hugely grateful to Tim Keller. He’s clearly the man for
Slavery is a fraught subject – and for too many, it’s no historical artefact or long-gone curiosity. Its effects are still pervasive. Furthermore, it’s not
With impeccable timing (i.e. the week we had our Christians Facing Issues service on Assisted Suicide), one of the key people involved in the service
Well, well, well. Our workplace ministry team came out in force yesterday to produce a cracker of a day for our Workplace Sunday. Lots of
It’s not everyday that you read a book for which you are profoundly grateful. But this is one. Hans Fallada (the pen-name of Rudolf Ditzen)