Perspectives:

No 63  Summer 2018

The articles in this issue focus on looking again at the biblical theology and practice of the Lord’s Supper, and at the spiritual experience which is intended to underlie it.

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What is Perspectives?

Perspectives is a 60-70 page magazine which appears three times a year. In a serious, lively style, it helps leaderships and others active in local churches with the questions and issues which they have to wrestle with. It includes articles on topical issues and reviews of relevant books. All Partnership members receive copies as part of the return for their membership fee.

No 63  Summer 2018 Participating in the Body of Christ : The Fellowship Meal Today

The articles in this issue focus on looking again at the biblical theology and practice of the Lord’s Supper, and at the spiritual experience which is intended to underlie it.

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No 62 : Spring 2018 The Last Things: The Last Thing we Think About Now?

Eschatology has frequently in the history of the church been a controversial topic. There is no way in which an issue of Perspectives has the space to answer all the questions on this topic, even if that were possible. But the articles in the issue do help us to understand some of the questions better, as well as giving some answers.

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No 61 : Autumn 2017 Missing Millennials

In this issue, we address a question which is crucial and deeply challenging for many evangelical churches in the UK: how are people between the ages of 15 and 40 to be drawn to Christ, disciple, and integrated into church life?

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No 60 : Summer 2017
The Reformation: Still Important?


An issue marking the 500th anniversary of the posting of Martin Luther’s 95 theses on the church door in Wittenberg.

No 59 : Spring 2017
Christian Living in an Uncivil Society

In this issue we look at some aspects of how we should live as Christians in the politically and culturally momentous time of the 21st Century.

 

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