Category: Addressing error

  • 08.08.07

    The tyranny of political correctness

    By J.P. Thackway

    Around twenty years ago, we began to hear a new phrase – “Politically Correct” – or PC for short. Since then it has entered everyday speech and life, and is...

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  • 27.05.07

    The Anabaptists and Holy Scripture

    By John Hooper

    There is something appealing about the Anabaptists. Their ideals of Christian discipleship, liberty, love of the brethren, discipline, and holiness of life, not to mention their cruel sufferings, attract our...

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  • 27.11.06

    A Dialogue between Eusebius and Theophilis

    By Charles D. Alexander

    A Dialogue Between Eusebius, a Christian Pastor, and Theophilus, an Earnest Disciple. This is one of Mr. Alexander’s many valuable papers that were privately circulated during his ministry in Liverpool,...

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  • 08.12.05

    Steve Chalk’s lost message 2

    By J.P. Thackway

    The Lost Message of Jesus by Steve Chalke and Alan Mann, and its significance for today. In the last Quarterly we reviewed the book with the above title. Our extended...

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  • 08.06.05

    Steve Chalk’s lost message 1

    By J.P. Thackway

    The Lost Message of Jesus by Steve Chalke and Alan Mann, and its significance for today. This book has featured in the evangelical world for a while now. Hardly a...

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  • 27.05.05

    Affinity

    By J.P. Thackway

    “Dozing fitfully on the UK evangelical scene for the last two or three decades has been a creature that is just beginning to wake up and smell the coffee.” With...

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  • 08.08.04

    How should we view Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ”?

    By J.P. Thackway

    This film is written and directed by the Hollywood A-list actor Mel Gibson for his production company Icon. The film came to the UK on 26 March, having opened first...

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  • 27.08.03

    The sad saga of Praise!

    By J.P. Thackway

    The words “sad” and “praise” in the above title do not normally sit together. Biblically, they are mutually exclusive. If we are sad, we are not praising God who rejoices...

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