Category Archives: apologetics

  1. The question is not, ‘How can I be understood?’, but, ‘How will I be misunderstood?’

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    26/09/2014 by Chris Green

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                  Every preacher is a communicator, and every good preacher thinks hard about that part …
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  2. Reviews: James Bond, and the Dreyfus affair

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    17/01/2014 by Chris Green

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    I’ve just reviewed Robert Harris’s latest thriller, An Officer and a Spy, based on the Alfred Dreyfus affair, and William Boyd’s …
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  3. Un-church for the un-churched

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    16/09/2013 by Chris Green

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    There’s a little flurry of atheist ‘churches’ at the moment. Meetings of like-minded secularists who listen to some music, hear …
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  4. Yes, No or Maybe? What we need to offer after an evangelistic course

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    25/07/2013 by Chris Green

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    So you come to the end of your evangelistic course, and you make it clear that there’s a decision to …
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  5. Book review: In the Shadow of the Sword

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    11/04/2013 by Chris Green

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    I reviewed this book when it first came out. Now it is about to come out in paperback, I want …
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  6. The Low-Down on Follow-Up

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    05/04/2013 by Chris Green

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    The end of an evangelistic talk is usually commendably frank. It doesn’t matter wither this is a friendly over a …
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  7. Seven ways to love God with all your mind

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    04/02/2013 by Chris Green

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    When Jesus underlined the first and greatest commandment he added to it.  ‘Love the Lord your God with all your …
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