Reviews

First published: July 2010
If ‘solid’ or traditional church is meeting the spiritual needs of a diminishing minority of the population, what we need is a ‘liquid’...
First published: July 2010
Ajith Fernando is a Methodist who has been national director of Youth for Christ in Sri Lanka since 1976. This is a book about evangelism...
First published: July 2010
Following the studies in recent issues of Headline on the book of Amos, readers may have been challenged to address the social and...
First published: July 2010
This book, with its 451 pages of text, deals very comprehensively with the life and ministry of John Wesley, the revival he led in 18th...
First published: July 2010
Most of us work in churches that have seen a massive decline in the number of children and families worshipping with us regularly.
First published: July 2010
Dr Skevington Wood (1917-1993) was a Methodist minister, preacher and scholar. For seven years he was Principal of Cliff College in...
First published: July 2010
Despite its title, this book is not a lament for the vanishing glories of the institutional church, but an excellent analysis of how...
First published: July 2010
In his preface, Neil Martin writes, ‘One Sunday afternoon, I remember having lunch at Ruth’s house [his wife-to-be] and meeting a Christian...
First published: July 2010
This may seem a title with a little less controversy than the previous titles mentioned.
First published: July 2010
The existence of the Roman Catholic Church as one of the largest and most influential Christian communions is a given fact that Methodists...

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