Epiphany 2014

Jan 5, 2014 by

By Andrew Symes In the last few months I have met a number of Iranian Christians in England. They have almost all ended up here because of persecution in their home country. Some were Christian believers in Iran, and finding it increasingly difficult to survive in a land where the church is under increasing restrictions from the state. Others were Muslim, but have felt complete disillusion with the petty puritan legalism associated with Islam in that country and much of the world. One man told...

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The Meaning of Christmas: Look Deeper

Dec 26, 2013 by

By Peter Kreeft, CERC While Christmas is so familiar that we sometimes wonder whether anything fresh and true can be said about it, there is a way to explore its meaning that may seem new to us today, yet is in fact quite traditional, dating back to the Middle Ages and the ancient Fathers of the Church. Modern interpreters often argue about whether a given Scripture passage should be interpreted literally or symbolically. Medieval writers would question the “either/or” approach....

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Some Christmas messages from around the Anglican Communion

Dec 26, 2013 by

FROM THE UK   Churches Together in England http://www.churches-together.net/Articles/386727/Christmas_Message_from.aspx Archbishop of York http://www.archbishopofyork.org/articles.php/3021/a-christmas-message-from-the-archbishop-of-york The Bishop of London http://www.london.anglican.org/news/story/1634 Bishop of Bath and Wells http://www.bathchronicle.co.uk/Christmas-message-Bishop-Bath-Wells-Rt-Rev-Peter/story-20361465-detail/story.html Bishop of Birkenhead...

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O Holy Night

Dec 24, 2013 by

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