Only God Knows Who Are His. The starting point has to be that God is the only arbiter of who is and who is not a Christian. We can draw our lines where we will, but we will be wrong.
Updated on August 18, 2016 by Eddie
The utopian optimism of being able to achieve anything as long as we work hard enough has to give way to a realistic assessment of ourselves as fallen creatures.
Updated on July 14, 2015 by Eddie
In summary; if you are looking for a well thought through presentation of the Christian message against the background of contemporary culture, you won’t do much better than this.
Updated on November 30, 2012 by Eddie
The breadth and depth of monastic influence in the church can be sketched quickly by observing the lineage of attitudes and actions that have been approved by almost all Christians everywhere. If we read the Scripture in our native languages,… Read More
I find it increasingly difficult to come up with anything new to write on this blog and I’m often tempted to recycle a post from the past. Sometimes, I write something that seems new and fresh, only to… Read More
Posted on August 9, 2012 by Eddie
This week, I’ve been reading Global Mission: Reflections and Case Studies in Contextualization for the Whole Church, edited by Rose Dowsett. It’s an excellent book which should probably be included as a basic text in any undergraduate mission… Read More
One little corner of the Internet has been all of a flutter over the last day or so, following on from some rather unwise remarks regarding the British Church by an American celebrity pastor. I normally avoid this… Read More
Posted on December 6, 2011 by Eddie
With the brilliant mixture of humour and insight which makes the Beaker Folk blog absolutely unique, Eileen has written about the God’s of Christmas. He’s a fairly useless god, is Santa. He builds up your hopes till Christmas… Read More
Following on from yesterday’s Christmas music video, here is another one. This has been doing the rounds on the internet and I can’t remember which bloggers posted it first. This post is more than a year old. It… Read More
Posted on August 8, 2010 by Eddie
The British press have, rightly, been full of reports about the death of 10 Aid workers, including one British doctor, in Afghanistan over the weekend. The ten who died worked for a Christian Charity, the International Assistance Mission…. Read More