Category Archives: apologetics

  1. Three books to make you think like Tim Keller: No. 3, ‘Inventing the Individual: The Origins of Western Liberalism’, by Larry Siedentop

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    25/07/2017 by Chris Green

    This brilliant history of the growth and impact of Christianity in Europe will make your brain fizz.

  2. Three books to make you think like Tim Keller: No. 2, To Be a Machine.

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    19/07/2017 by Chris Green

    Make no mistake: this area of medical science is going to pose some new ethical questions, that our teens are probably already on the brink of asking.

  3. Three Ways to Live

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    03/10/2015 by Chris Green

    There are three basic ways to describe any sin – not three different sins, but three ways to analyse what …
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  4. Being locked into a large room

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    26/02/2015 by Chris Green

    I was revisiting some Francis Schaeffer the other day, and it reminded me how sharp he was. I know there …
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  5. Making a mockery of Jesus

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    14/01/2015 by Chris Green

    The only time I’ve been booed by an audience, was when I was explaining to a large crowd the story …
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  6. 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

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

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    17/01/2014 by Chris Green

    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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