Posts from April2016

Don’t just evangelise Muslims!

Jesus said: ‘All power is given to me…go into the whole world making disciples of all nations and  baptising them…and teaching them to observe everything I taught you.’ (Mat.28:18-20) Church history has altered the meaning of the “go” of Jesus. He doesn’t send us out merely to do random acts […]

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Internet driven Islamic Reformation?

Islam has never had a reformation but historian Tom Holland and theologian Theo Hobson make the claim that this is happening now. It’s being driven partly by the behaviour of ISIS but made possible by IT technology and the internet. This is an edited synopsis of a report about the […]

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The Democratization of Mission

The Great Commission of Jesus Christ was first issued to the first apostles of the church. It has arguably been carried out, since then, by a double-act of the “apostolic bands” (mission agencies) and the local church – i.e. church ‘on-the-move’ and church ‘on-the-spot’. After two centuries of the mission […]

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A question of murder – Asad Shah

Douglas Murray reports on the death of a Muslim at the hands of a fellow Muslim. This highlights how fragile is the Muslim Umma (mother-community); also how far the British media is biased towards only highlighting anti-Muslim sentiment, while almost ignoring any internal conflicts within the Muslim community as no […]

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