First published: July 2012
In a book entitled ‘Paul, the Spirit and the People of God’ Professor Gordon Fee explores the relationship of the Spirit of God and the...
First published: November 2011
Every religion has a spirituality, because spirituality simply means our capacity to relate to God through certain established ways for...
First published: August 2011
For the last 30 years, it has been relatively commonplace to consider your theological response as a Christian towards people of other...
First published: April 2011
John Wesley invented no new theological doctrines. “Whatever doctrine is new must be wrong,” he wrote, “and no doctrine can be right,...
First published: July 2010
The first three articles in this series examined, in order, universal sinfulness, saving grace for all and the witness of the Spirit.
First published: July 2010
Near the end of his life John Wesley wrote of how he had loved and believed the Scriptures from his earliest days.
First published: July 2010
All People Need to be Saved
First published: July 2010
The course consists of about 18 units (the course is evolving, hence the use of the word ‘about’!).
First published: July 2010
A preacher from a Pentecostal church in Birmingham came to Winson Green, and made an appeal for prisoners there to make Jesus Lord of their...
First published: July 2010
What kind of a preacher was John Wesley? To understand the impact of his preaching we must first appreciate his commitment to the task.