Monthly Archives: May 2008

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Who names a revival?

One of the things that has been bugging me in the recent events in Florida and Dudley is the role of the media and marketing. I guess at heart I wonder if their role isn’t a mixed blessing. It seems to me that in Toronto

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Aristides on: Christians

“It is the Christians, O Emperor, who have sought and found the truth, for they acknowledge God. They do not keep for themselves the goods entrusted to them. They do not covet what belongs to others. They show love to their neighbours. They do not

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Florovsky on: Community

“Christianity entered history as a new social order, or rather a new social dimension. From the very beginning Christianity was not primarily a ‘doctrine’ but exactly a ‘community’. There was not only a ‘Message’ to be proclaimed and delivered, and a ‘Good News’ to be

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Revival (?) blogs update

*updated* Some more posts have gone up recently and some are highly recommended reading: Terry Virgo’s two posts, here and here are so wise and instructive, that I think they should be read first Adrian Warnock has some posts from a pastor friend who has

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More on lakeland, angels and revival

No time to write much, just to note others continue to post on the events at Lakeland and elsewhere Ian joins the ranks of concerned sceptics Adrian takes the cautious approach And Peter continues his defence

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More on Lakeland and Dudley

Not much time to write as Soul Purpose is about to start, but thought people should be pointed towards some of useful posts on the current events at both Lakeland & Dudley Terry Virgo who begins with some caution Peter Kirk who remains enthusiastic Dan

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I just never learn…

OK, you may have noticed that I’ve changed the look of my blog. I got bored and was putting off real work and yes I had the same experience as when I wrote this and when I’ve changed my blog before. Just stupid. Anyway done

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Not a Christian country…

The last few days have seen the British parliament make a number of distressing moral choices and Christians are upset, quite rightly. See Matt Hosier’s view in the opening paragraph of this post. Our notion of ‘rights’ are worrying at best and dangerous at worst.