How can you change the world?
This article was originally posted on eauk.org on 23rd March 2017.
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Drawing primarily on his experiences in environmental campaigning and as a US Congressional candidate, Ben Lowe’s book is part autobiography, part biblical apologetic for social justice, and part how-to guide.
Emblazoned with a cross formed of people on the cover, Rusty Reno’s book Resurrecting the Idea of a Christian Society pulls no punches in its attempt to provide a vision for Christians engaging in society.
It is a hard thing to stand against common opinion, to oppose the status quo and suggest a different way.
Strong and Weak
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God and Churchill
Jonathan Sandys & Wallace Henry
Winston Churchill is an iconic figure in British history, his role in the Second World War will always be what he is primarily remembered for, but like all great achievements the foundations for this occasion lay far deeper and begun much earlier.
Mark Meynall spoke to us about his recent book A Wilderness of Mirrors. Mark is currently Associate Director of Langham Partnership having previously been Senior Minister at All Souls Langham Place. His book touches on key issues of trust and leadership in society, and how these issues can be transformed through the gospel.