Julia Faire reports on a local event run by Christians in Coventry
Published: 23rd Oct 2015
“I’ve never experienced so much joy and life in Foleshill,” said Nick Sweetland, describing the atmosphere in Foleshill during a recent joint churches mission to the area. Nick, who was bought up in neighbouring Bedworth, said: “I’ve walked through Foleshill many times and it has often seemed a sad and lonely place.”
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N.T. (“Tom”) Wright is Research Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at the University of St Andrews. Formerly bishop of Durham, and recognised as one of the world’s leading New Testament scholars, Tom is also a prolific author. His books include the hugely popular For Everyone series on the New Testament and the magisterial series Christian Origins and the Question of God. This is Part 2 of an interview with James Stacey, a leader in the Jesus Army; in Part 1 they discussed the resurrection and new creation.
Published: 24th Dec 2014
Almost always in theology, one is seeing an imbalance and trying to correct it. You’ve seen something that’s been missed out and you’re trying to put it back in. That’s difficult when you’re talking about a subject which is many-sided and complex because you have to say everything all the time otherwise people think that you have deliberately missed something out!
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The way justification works in the three principle places that occurs – Romans 3, Galatians 3, and Philippians 3– always has a context of God constituting the church in unity as the new humanity: “Jew and Greek, slave and free, male and female”. It is the unified church that God has justified, has declared, “These are my people.”