Steve Bell, National Director for Interserve England & Wales


Attitudes towards Muslims range from polite hostility to naivety. Christians need help to engage in the Great Commission of Christ to bear witness, in the ‘spirit’ of the Great Command of Christ to love. This balance is the "grace and truth" response, which gave rise to the title of this blog. Find out more »

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And “evangelism” is…? (Pt. 2)

While Evangelicals tend to agree about the “content” of the gospel, they can differ on how it is to be “conveyed”. The ‘grace and truth’ response to Muslims helps by providing a relational context, which both honours the truth we preach while extending courtesy to the one preached to?  Actually […]

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And “evangelism” is…..?

The biggest response to my blog – ever – was for the provocative title ‘Don’t Evangelise Muslims!’  I tried to provoke Christians to think through what “evangelism” is and it became clear that we all agree on the “content” but differ widely on the “conveying” of that content. So what […]

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Who is “Vicar of Baghdad”?

Canon Andrew White has been kidnapped in Baghdad, given all his money away, adopted six children, suffers from MS, is a raving Tory, an old-fashioned eccentric, and a passionate campaigner for peace in the Middle East. So who is he and is he a modern saint? The son of a […]

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