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Did you know that John Wesley, the great evangelist and founder of Methodism had a part to play in the abolition of slavery? This booklet looks at the arguments Wesley made in his “Thoughts Upon the Slave Trade.”
Some people have suggested that the abolitionists had to argue against Scripture in order to justify their position. So this study is particularly pertinent as we consider how to make decisions about contemporary ethical issues.
This is a detailed study of Ephesians 5:21ff. It looks at Paul’s teaching on husbands and wives and asks if and how we should apply this teaching to marriage today.
How do you know? The Doctrine of Revelation
How can we make sense of a messy world? How can we find meaning in life? What does it mean to live a good life? This book brings together our first series of posts as we discover that what we believe affects how we live. That means it is important to be able to distinguish between truth and lies about God. Creation, Humanity and New Creation. So how can we know truth? This book seeks to answer that question.
Following legislation enabling same-sex marriage and civil partnerships in the UK, there has been increased debate within the Church about same-sex relationships and what the Bible teaches about homosexuality. This paper gives an overview of what the Bible says and the key texts.
What does the Bible say about the role of men and women in church leadership? What about churches where women are not allowed to speak, lead etc? Can and should women be elders?
Return of the King A guide to reading and teaching Revelation
This short e-book gives an overview of the book of Revelation asking what type of literature is it? When was it written? and how should we teach it to today’s church.
A set of 6 group studies introducing the book of Deuteronomy and helping students to think through issues about mission, pastoral care and Christian ethics. Ideal for groups involved in cross cultural mission.