Condemned to death

This series aims to explore the Bible’s use of the imagery of a Roman triumph. The New Testament twice employs the Greek word ‘thriambeuo’ - meaning ‘to lead in a triumphal procession’. We’d like to view the big picture of the progress of Christianity in strategic terms as a triumphal procession through the world, and across the pages of history.

God and the Doctor

A treatment of the final chapter of James from which much controversy has arisen regarding faith healing - how does what James say interface with Christian engagement with modern medical practice?

Believers behaving badly

Here we follow James' critique of believers behaving badly learning contemporary lessons

Taming the Tongue

A commentary on the character of Christian conversation

The Faith that saves us

This talks attempts to bring clarity to the debate concerning the respective roles of faith and works based on James chapter 2

Preferably not Partial

The need to avoid partiality in church life from the second chapter of James

Talking about Trials

The opener in this exposition of the Letter by James analyzes James' treatment of the trials we face in the Christian life

In the theatre of war

This study aims to help us experience more of God and what he intends for us to enjoy now as framed by Paul's magnificent prayers for the Church at Ephesus

The difference doctrine makes

This study aims to help us experience more of God and what he intends for us to enjoy now as framed by Paul's magnificent prayers for the Church at Ephesus

A productive detour

This study aims to help us experience more of God and what he intends for us to enjoy now as framed by Paul's magnificent prayers for the Church at Ephesus

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