Category: Addressing error

  • 17.01.14

    WEST: The Fourth Gospel is Partially Fiction

    By Peter Nicholson

    Regular readers will be familiar with concern about Wales Evangelical School of Theology in Bridgend, South Wales. This is because of the increasing departure from biblical orthodoxy that is happening...

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  • 05.01.14

    All things to all men?

    By J.P. Thackway

    I am made all things to all men, that I might by all means save some. 1 Corinthians 9:22. In 1 Corinthians 9:19a, Paul says that he enjoys liberty: he...

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  • 19.11.13

    Marriage & the biblical virtues

    By E.S Williams

    Introduction We live in a time when the biblical understanding of marriage has been greatly undermined in both the Church and society. The promotion of same-sex marriage, which is attempting...

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  • 06.11.13

    Stand fast for authentic evangelicalism 1

    By F.J. Harris

    First given at the 14th Salisbury Conference, 1 and 2 October 2010, when the general theme was “Stand Fast in the Faith.” Mr. Harris, a member of the Bible League...

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  • 27.05.13

    The Alpha Course in the light of Scripture 3

    By Gordon Ferguson

    ‘If the trumpet give an uncertain sound, who shall prepare himself to the battle?’ (1 Corinthians 14:8). This text speaks about the need for clarity in the preaching of the...

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  • 08.05.13

    The days in which we live

    By Jack Baker

    If we give serious thought to the matter, surely we will agree that this century is witnessing an onslaught against the Christian gospel in the westernised world such as has...

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  • 08.01.13

    The right direction?

    By R.E. Palgrave

    An examination of where the New Evangelical policy of no separation from those associated with error and apostasy has led the theological college WEST It was the policy of the...

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  • 09.11.12

    Continued FIEC cooperation with Polish Ecumenists

    By Charles Soper, Peter Nicholson

    If there is justice in the claim that an obsessive attitude to separation results in withdrawals over lesser matters, it is equally true that a refusal to avoid evangelicals who...

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