In 1922, 53% of the Jerusalem population was Christian; today it is down to 2%.

The Times

Words of Wisdom

Rejected: Jesus' Trial and Death

Rejected: Jesus' Trial and Death

Steve Hepden

Throughout the three-and-a-half years of Jesus' earthly ministry, he experienced much rejection.  Jesus repeatedly foretold his coming rejection and death. He said, The Son of Man must suffer many things and be rejected by the elders, chief priests and teachers of the law, and he must be killed. (Luke 9:22) The son of Man is going to ...

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Resources

Approaches to the Bible (Questionnaire)

Approaches to the Bible (Questionnaire)

Dan Boyle

What do you believe? Here is an interesting survey (posted below) that is looking at how we view our approaches to the Bible. The author of the study asks users to help by answering questions such as: 'How do you think m

Survey 

Free Bible images

Free Bible images

Dan Boyle

Free Bible images is a registered Christian charity that hosts a collection of completely free Bible story images. Whether you're a teacher or from a religious group and need Bible story images then this is the place for you. There are compatib

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Bible Studies

Are you Lukewarm?

Are you Lukewarm?

Chris May

During my time as a Christian I have occasionally been asked if I am "on fire for the Lord." It doesn't happen very often as I tend to avoid people who say such things. I'm an introvert; I like being an introvert and I naturally resist pressure to exhibit extrovert displays of passion on behalf of my faith. And this doesn't just apply to ...

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Books

God Is Not Mad At You

God Is Not Mad At You

Joyce Meyer

When Joyce Meyer posted 'God's not mad at you' on Facebook, she didn't realise that those five words would trigger thousands of posts of gratitude and relief. She had obviously hit a nerve.  'Where does this concept of God come from?' she asks in the introduction. 'Perhaps from an angry parent who was difficult to please. Or the pain of re...

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