Issue No 72
Co-Director, 2020birmingham, Executive Team Chair, City to City Europe
Defending Specificity on Doctrinal Distinctives for a Church-Planting Network: Why Reformed Soteriology and Complementarianism are Important
European Director, Acts 29
Cornerstone church plant leader, Morningside, Edinburgh
Mission Director, FIEC
Pastor, Hope Church, Gravesend
The Trinity and the Covenant of Redemption (Fesko) Timothy McGlynn
A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the Old Testament (Pelt, ed.) Chris Hawthorne
The Enduring Authority of the Christian Scriptures (Carson, ed.) Paul Williams
The Fall of Man and the Foundations of Science (Harrison) Ian Shaw
Knowing Christ (Jones) Thomas Creedy
Catching the Wave: Preaching the New Testament as Rhetoric (MacBride) Peter Mead
Satisfaction Guaranteed (Berry and Wood) Ian Parry
For the Glory: The Life of Eric Liddell (Hamilton) Gareth Williams
Zeal Without Burnout (Ash) Pete Campbell
I Shall Not Die, But Live: Facing Death With Gospel Hope (Taylor) Gary Brady
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