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Monthly Archives: October 2016
I’ve just uploaded a new e-book, on the subject of the popularity of first person narratives written by younger Christians. I examine the shape and source of the phenomenon and offer some thoughts in response to it. One important recent … Continue reading
If you look at the bar at the top of this page, you will now see a tab entitled ‘E-Books’, which will take you to this page, which has a list of e-books in PDF format. They are completely free … Continue reading
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In this week’s podcast, Derek, Matt, and I are joined by John Stonestreet, President of the Colson Center and co-author of Restoring all Things, to discuss the forthcoming US election. You can also follow the podcast on iTunes, or using this RSS feed. Listen … Continue reading
A couple of days ago, Justin Taylor published an interview with the Rev Dr Andrew Atherstone, upon the fiftieth anniversary of a pivotal event in English evangelical history. At the National Assembly of Evangelicals on October 18, 1966, two of … Continue reading
Some of you may have noticed that you have been redirected from the old WordPress address for my blog to alastairadversaria.com. You may also have noticed that the ads beneath the posts have disappeared. A few days ago, I finally … Continue reading
I haven’t posted some photos for a while. Here are a few from this year so far.