New ‘Gospel’ Manuscript Discovered? (What It Is and Why It Matters.)

Sep 26, 2023 by

By Michael J Kruger, TGC. In 1896, near the ruins of an ancient Egyptian city called Oxyrhynchus, British scholars Bernard P. Grenfell and Arthur S. Hunt made a remarkable discovery. They’d traveled to the ancient city in hopes of finding...

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Inspiring message from St Paul in chains

Sep 24, 2023 by

by Julian Mann, TCW: THE Prayer Book Epistle reading for today contains a wonderful spiritual resource for Christians to draw on in their prayers for one another in their local churches. The passage is from the Apostle Paul’s New...

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The word of Jesus that made a deaf man hear

Sep 3, 2023 by

by Julian Mann, TCW: A SINGLE Aramaic word from the Semitic language Jesus spoke, which features in last Sunday’s Book of Common Prayer reading from Mark’s Gospel, powerfully supports the historical reliability of the narrative. The...

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How the Psalms have been central to worship through history

Aug 20, 2023 by

by Neil Rees, Christian Today: The Psalms have played an important role in Jewish and Christian tradition from ancient times until today. It is the oldest continually used songbook in human history. This is the story… Origin of the...

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Toxteth and Tate

Aug 11, 2023 by

by Sojourner: Growing up in Toxteth was a unique experience when compared to the rest of modern Britain. It is an inner city area of rich history with heavy links to Liverpool’s maritime and industrial past alongside being a melting pot...

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The Church of WEF: AI to re-write the Bible?

Jun 26, 2023 by

by Joel Agius, Spectator Australia: Religion is a powerful tool. If you can get people to unite by believing in something, you can potentially use them to your advantage. Weaponising religion creates a force like no other, especially if...

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