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In Touch - Spring 2014

Our In Touch newsletter gives regular news of Affinity and also of the ministries of Affinity Partners and Associates.

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Foundations is an online journal of evangelical theology published twice a year by Affinity's Theological Team.

Articles (not exceeding 8,000 words excluding footnotes) and Book Reviews (not exceeding 1,500 words) may be submitted electronically as an email attachment to the Editor, Ralph Cunnington ( 

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Table Talk

Table Talk is a series of occasional papers, published online, which consider contemporary theological issues relevant to churches and Christians.

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Ministers' Fraternal Study Guides

Affinity's Theological Team has provided a series of Study Guides which can be used by Ministers' Fraternals.

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The Bulletin

The Bulletin is published three times a year by Affinity’s Social Issues Team to keep evangelical churches and individual Christians informed of the implications of legislation and public policy on social issues in the UK.

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Salt and Light Papers

Salt and Light Papers are selected articles and reports which have appeared in The Bulletin. They are published as Salt and Light Papers because they continue to provide current information on a wide range of social issues affecting Christians and Churches.

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Mission Matters

Mission Matters is a new series of occasional papers, published online, which consider contemporary issues in World Mission. The purpose of Mission Matters is to stimulate thinking on significant issues in World Mission.

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Mission Resource Papers

Affinity's World Focus Team has provided a series of papers to assist churches in their engagement with world mission and to help Christians considering missionary service.

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