Unapologetic Christianity from Chris Sinkinson: Child sacrifice?


(view original article here) How bad were the Canaanites? The Israelites original arrival in the land of Canaan, after the exodus, brought a military judgment and destruction on the inhabitants of a number of its towns – including the destruction by fire of three cities. Critics complain that surely this period represented a low point … Continue reading Unapologetic Christianity from Chris Sinkinson: Child sacrifice?

Prayer fuel: News from around the world


(view original article here) Here are a handful of news-bites from around the world included in the November issue of en. May these encourage us as well as spur us on to pray for our brothers and sisters around the world facing severe persecution. Columbia: conscience The Colombian Constitutional Court upheld the right to conscientious objection, … Continue reading Prayer fuel: News from around the world

Notes to growing Christians from David Jackman: A rare sight


(view original article here) Loving, as Jesus loves, is rare. That is, loving sensitively and sacrificially, is still the greatest evidence of the gospel and the most magnetic attraction to God’s truth. When all our evangelistic presentations have been given, it is still the sheer goodness of a Christ-like life and character which exercises the most … Continue reading Notes to growing Christians from David Jackman: A rare sight