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Lieutenant General Sir William Dobbie (July 12, 1879 – 1964) was an officer of the British Army, who served as the military governor of Malta during World War II. Dobbie was a member of the Plymouth Brethren and was a veteran of the Second Boer War and World War I. He was also the former […]

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Date March 3, 2006
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Contemporary Western culture wants a Jesus who either stays a cute baby in a manger or who grows up to rail against pollution or gun control, big business or labour unions. Absent from contemporary thought is the wonderful and terrible declaration that God, eternal Jehovah, shattered the silence of centuries, rent the heavens, and invaded […]

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Date February 16, 2006
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Theology suffers from neglect in our age. Liberals want social progress. Pietists want “practical holiness.” Church-growth gurus want proper atmosphere. And the doctrine of the atonement has been one of the chief casualties in this war against dogma. But wait a second. What could be more practical, more fit for (biblical) church growth, and more […]

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Date January 17, 2006
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Dr. Fred Malone of First Baptist Church in Clinton, Louisiana says that his church has weathered the hurricane well. They do have branches and trees down all around them. However, the Lord has been very good in protecting the church building itself and the homes of the members of the church. They do not have […]

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Date September 5, 2005
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Readers of Banner books and magazines will be familiar with Walt Chantry both as an author and as the current editor of the Banner of Truth magazine. Walt has also spoken at the Banner ministers’ conferences in the UK and USA, and the Youth Conference in the UK. On July 18, Walt was diagnosed as […]

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Date August 16, 2005
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These are the notes of a Question Meeting held at a Communion Season in Stratherrick in the Scottish Highlands in 1961. The verse, Isaiah 45:22, ‘Look unto Me, and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth: for I am God, and there is none else,‘ was put to the men present and one […]

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Date June 2, 2005
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In the ‘Acts & Facts’ of the Institute for Creation Research (www.icr.org) Vol. 34 No. 5 May 2005 Henry M. Morris announces the retirement of his colleague Dr. Duane Gish at the age of 84. He has taken part in over 300 scientific debates with evolutionary scientists. In addition to his debates Dr. Gish has […]

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Date May 24, 2005
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Immediately after the hymn before the sermon, the church’s pastor slowly stood up and walked over to the pulpit, but before commencing his sermon, he briefly introduced a guest minister who was with them in the church that evening. In the introduction, the pastor told the congregation that the guest minister was one of his […]

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Date May 6, 2005
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The Reformers’ Bookshop (Sydney, Australia) has recently celebrated 20 years of God’s sustaining grace. The bookshop is a church based ministry of Stanmore Baptist Church and was established to promote and supply faithful, God honoring and Christ centered literature. The church at Stanmore, an inner western suburb of Sydney, had begun to be impacted by […]

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Date September 3, 2004
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Recently a Presbyterian Church in America ruling elder posted a blog stating his stance on an earlier discussion regarding the Pope’s comments on Sunday sports. He made these points: (1) Though he is an elder who has subscribed to the Westminster Confession and Catechisms as “the system of doctrine” taught in Holy Scripture, He has […]

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Date May 5, 2004
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Austin Walker was the first of the Aberystwyth students to go into the ministry after I arrived in the town in 1965. He is now the pastor at Maidenbower Baptist Church, Crawley, Sussex. His son, Dan Walker, is a radio sports commentator with Key 103 FM (Piccadilly Radio) based in Manchester. He has been described […]

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Date November 26, 2003
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The following articles were prepared by young members of the Sunnyside Orthodox Christian Reformed Church Washington, USA for their annual commemorating of the 16th century Reformation. Many papers were written and this is a selection included in the October ‘Trumpet’ to share “the wonderful works of God” in history with everyone. 1] HERE I STAND […]

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Date November 10, 2003
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Calvinism isn’t a produce stand from which we can pick and choose which doctrines we wish to keep and pass over the rest in a sort of hermeneutical reprobation. Calvinism is an interwoven system of theology which must be accepted or rejected as a whole. I can still remember the relief I felt when I, […]

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Date June 7, 2003
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According to tradition, in the first century the apostle Thomas evangelized the region on his way to India. An estimated 600,000 Christians live in the country of 22 million people. Presbyterian missionaries began working in Iraq in 1836. Some five congregations belong to the Assembly of Evangelical Presbyterian Churches-Iraq. The oldest of these congregations dates […]

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Date April 8, 2003
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Even many urban believers and church workers if they are living on 5OORMB or less a month are quite unable to purchase a computer. They are still reliant on books and Gospel radio for spiritual nourishment and training China is set in the near future to have the largest numbers of internet users anywhere in […]

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Date March 10, 2003
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Truth is supposed to be stranger, stronger than fiction, for ours is the strangest of all possible worlds: Middle Earth seems morally simple by comparison, while the world beyond Harry Potter’s railway platform is childishly predictable American Calvinists are enthusiastic about The Lord of Rings’ films. Felipe Fernandez-Armesto, a Fellow of Queen Mary, University of […]

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Date December 20, 2002
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This means that all knowledge-including academic knowledge-finds its proper meaning only in reference to Him. Christ, the Logos as well as the Lord, lays claim to all of academia [On November 23 and 24 the Pollard Park Evangelical Church in Bradford, Yorkshire, held their church anniversary services, and I was the speaker. The church hired […]

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Date December 10, 2002
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Reform leaders said they could not allow the appointment of Rowan Williams as Archbishop of Canterbury to go ahead quietly. They spoke against his false teaching, prayed for him, encouraged evangelical parishes to take action, and set up a fighting fund to help parishes whose bishops make their lives difficult. Speaking at the Reform Conference […]

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Date December 2, 2002
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Spurgeon once said that Methodism was a noble thing for the unconverted but terrible for the children of God. The same observation might be made of Anabaptism. Just as Spurgeon was converted at a Primitive Methodist chapel, I was awakened from spiritual darkness through sermons from an Anabaptist tape ministry. I even learned much from […]

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Date November 11, 2002
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THE CHRISTIAN TESTIMONY OF CONDOLEEZZA RICE I started to think of myself as that elder son who had never doubted the existence of the Heavenly Father but wasn’t really walking in faith in an active way any more. Miss Condoleezza Rice (47) is the American National Security Advisor. She has reached the highest political office […]

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Date October 10, 2002
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THE CHRISTIAN INSTITUTE Christians should speak out on these public issues because we know that God’s way is the best way – even for people who have no belief in God Back in 1988 a small group of Christians met near Loch Rannoch to discuss many concerns including an ambitious proposal from Colin Hart and […]

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Date October 1, 2002
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TRUTH WORTH LIVING FOR AND PROCLAIMING I am deeply disappointed to see that the denominational officialdom and many dear brothers through the years surrendering their minds and wills to this all-inclusive mess of pottage. The Rev. Dr. Ben Wilkinson, one of the original ministers of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), has issued a statement […]

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Date September 27, 2002
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In 1920 and 1921 Arthur Pink was engaged in an itinerant ministry in California preaching to hundreds of people in various locations, often in a tent, and meeting up with some of the leading Plymouth Brethren Bible teachers of his day, including Harry Ironside. He wrote faithfully to his friend I.C. Herendeen of Swengel, PA. […]

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Date September 24, 2002
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TACKLING GLYN BLAIZE Is it possible to have a healthy involvement in sport, and still put Christianity first particularly when it comes to keeping the Lord’s Day? David Henderson talks to Rugby player, Glyn Blaize, in ‘Day One Magazine’ of the Lord’s Day Observance Society, May-August 2002. Glyn’s father is Pastor Achille Blaize. How did […]

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Date June 10, 2002
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THE 2002 PASSAGGIO REFORMED CONFERENCE IN ITALY The eighth annual conference of the reformed publishers ‘Passaggio’ took place at a new venue this year. Some fears had been expressed beforehand that moving the conference farther south to the town of Misano on the Adriatic coast would deter some of the participants of past years from […]

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Date June 10, 2002
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