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My Life as a Cop: As Portrayed on SMALL AXE, ...
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Do We Have to Choose?
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The Bible For a Change
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How science enhances faith
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Has Science Buried God?
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Why we can't stop talking about science, fait...
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Why God Loves Science, and Science Needs God
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A Christian Perspective On Genetics and Cloni...
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A One-Volume Commentary on the Whole Bible
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Spiritual Journeys with Scientists
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A Journey in Paintings Through Advent and Chr...
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Learning to Hope Again after Loving and Losin...
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2021 SCRIPTURE VERSE DIARY
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Closing Ranks (Leroy Logan)
For fans of police autobiographies Leroy Logan, who spent 30 years in the Met Police, shares his story of faith and duty You'll discover how faith fuelled Leroy's heart for justice through and in the police force. Described by the Voice newspaper as one of the “black officers who helped change the Met”, Dr Leroy Logan, MBE, is one of the founder members of the Black Police Association Charitable Trust. In Closing Ranks, Leroy describes his 30 eventful years in the Metropolitan Police. Born in 1957 to Jamaican parents, Leroy is a proud Londoner, a staunch Gooner, an advocate for good relationships between the police and Britain’s minority ethnic communities, a mentor to young people, and an advisor on knife crime. But policing wasn’t his first career choice. After three years working as a research scientist at the Royal Free Hospital, Leroy decided a change was in order. Strangely, everyone seemed to think that one job was ideal for him... Closing Ranks is a lively and entertaining read. It's also a history lesson in race relations in modern-day Britain, and a manifesto for anyone with a desire to mentor young people. Throughout, Leroy’s passion for good policing shines through, as does his concern to guide and empower young people. Underpinning all is his strong Christian faith, which helped him persevere in a frequently hostile work environment – and in the process, encourage other black officers to stay on and help change the culture within the police
My Life as a Cop: As Portrayed on SMALL AXE, A Collection of Five Films
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Creation or Evolution (Denis Alexander )
Few issues engender so much heat between Christians as the relationship between creation and evolution. Questions such as 'what do you think about Adam and Eve? Or 'what about death before the Fall? ' lead all too quickly to entrenched positions. Reasonable, calm, and supremely well informed, this is a book written by someone who is passionate about both science and the Bible.
Do We Have to Choose?
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DIARY 2021
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Fresh From the Word 2021 (Nathan Eddy (ed.))
Fresh From the Word: The Bible for a Change will inspire your reading of the Bible in a changing world. Bringing together top theologians and biblical scholars, creative writers from around the world, cutting-edge church leaders, activists for peace and justice and a range of others, Fresh From the Word offers 365 sets of notes, prayers and suggestions for action on biblical themes. This fresh approach to Bible reading is aimed at new readers of the Bible from across the church, as well as anyone seeking a faithful, creative and challenging conversation with the Bible every day of the year.
The Bible For a Change
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God in the Lab: (Ruth Bancewicz)
For Dr Ruth Bancewicz, experiencing scientific research first hand brings a sense of awe that enhances faith. She has encountered many others who have similar stories. This book distils that experience, and explores the common ground between science and faith. Science can be unglamorous and tough, but it gives the opportunity to use creativity and imagination, to appreciate the beauty of the natural world, and to experience the joy of finding out new things - thinking God's thoughts after him. Through the eyes of the author and six other experienced scientists, God in the Lab shows how science can build faith in God. Review "[God in the Lab] is both well researched and contains a fresh and inspiring personal narrative. It should reignite in others a passion for the friendship between science and religious belief."-- (03/27/2015) "On a topic so often dominated by the culture wars, Dr Bancewicz brings a fresh and much-needed emphasis on wonder to conversations about science and Christian faith. She reminds us that the beauty, awe, and creativity of the natural world points to its Creator. This readable book would make a great gift for a pastor or student."-- (03/27/2015) "Ruth Bancewicz's beautifully-written book demonstrates how science enhances faith, with many examples from real scientists who are Christians, and many memorable quotations. This is a great book to give to those who believe there is a conflict between science and faith."-- (03/27/2015) "Written with rigour, creativity, and the day-to-day insight of a true scientist. [God in the Lab] has widened the horizons of the science and faith debate by bringing new and needed perspectives. I heartily recommend it."-- (03/27/2015) --This text refers to the paperback edition.
How science enhances faith
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God's Undertaker (John C. Lennox)
If we are to believe many modern commentators, science has squeezed God into a corner, killed and then buried him with its all-embracing explanations. Atheism, we are told, is the only intellectually tenable position, and any attempt to reintroduce God is likely to impede the progress of science. In this stimulating and thought-provoking book, John Lennox invites us to consider such claims very carefully. Is it really true, he asks, that everything in science points towards atheism? Could it be possible that theism sits more comfortably with science than atheism? Has science buried God or not? Now updated and expanded, God's Undertaker is an invaluable contribution to the debate about science's relationship to religion.
Has Science Buried God?
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Inventing the Universe (Alister McGrath )
We just can't stop talking about the big questions around science and faith. They haven't gone away, as some predicted they might; in fact, we seem to talk about them more than ever. Far from being a spent force, religion continues to grow around the world. Meanwhile, Richard Dawkins and the New Atheists argue that religion is at war with science - and that we have to choose between them. It's time to consider a different way of looking at these two great cultural forces. What if science and faith might enrich each other? What if they can together give us a deep and satisfying understanding of life? Alister McGrath, one of the world's leading authorities on science and religion, engages with the big questions that Dawkins and others have raised - including origins, the burden of proof, the meaning of life, the existence of God and our place in the universe. Informed by the best and latest scholarship, Inventing the Universe is a groundbreaking new primer for the complex yet fascinating relationship between science and faith.
Why we can't stop talking about science, faith and God.
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Let There be Science (David Hutchings & Tom McLeish)
Throughout history, scientists have made discoveries and tested hypotheses that have revolutionised the way that we see the world. Our industry has been shaped by the discovery of electricity and the invention of machines; our understanding of the world has deepened as we have had gravity and the magnetic forces that govern the earth explained to us. Century after century, big questions about our earth, nature around us, and the way our bodies work have been posed and gradually, or sometimes dramatically, answered. Yet, there are still further questions to be asked. What is science? What is it for? Why do we have the need to continually be exploring the answers to more questions? Authors Tom McLeish and David Hutchings examine the story of science, and look at the part that Christian faith has played in that history. As they tell the stories of discovery after discovery, they reveal a powerful underlying reason for doing science in the first place. They argue that Christianity has been involved with and sometimes directly responsible for some of the biggest leaps forward in scientific history.
Why God Loves Science, and Science Needs God
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Life in Our Hands (John Bryant )
Science fact sometimes looks more like science fiction. GM technology is already embedded in drug manufacture and in agriculture. Soon we may be able to alter the genetic make-up of our unborn children: the technology is now available for human gene therapy and even cloning. Furthermore, spare body-parts may one day be grown from human embryonic cells. With these unprecedented choices comes a minefield of complex ethical questions. What are appropriate uses for genetic modification? What is the status of the human embryo? How can we maintain proper regard for the creation? Are we 'playing God' or simply using our God-given talents? In this bewildering maze there is no consensus about right and wrong. Ethical debates are dominated by pragmatism and concern for individual rights. Biological scientist John Bryant and doctor/pastor John Searle believe it is essential that we apply the teachings of Jesus to the dilemmas that arise from modern biological science. Approaching the Bible and the field of biotechnology with equal rigour they explore how Christians can make balanced ethical decisions in the current cultural and social climate.
A Christian Perspective On Genetics and Cloning
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South Asia Bible Commentary (Brian Wintle (Gen Ed.))
A one-volume commentary, written and edited by South Asian Biblical scholars on all the books of the Bible.
A One-Volume Commentary on the Whole Bible
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Test of Faith (Ruth Bancewicz (ed.))
Is God a delusion? Are science and Christian faith incompatible? Ten scientists tell their stories. There is a popular myth at large in both modern society and in many churches. According to this myth science and Christianity have been engaged in a long battle over the centuries. For many secularists this means that we must embrace science and reject religion, whilst for some Christians it means the exact opposite. But are science and Christian faith really in a conflict? In this book ten respected scientists share their life stories and their reflections on science and faith. What led them to become scientists? Why did they embrace Christianity? And how do they relate their religious beliefs to the science that they do in the lab? The stories that they tell help us to see that when it comes to answering some of lifes big questions we do well to listen for the insights from both science and faith. Contributors include: Dr Francis Collins, Professor Alister McGrath, Dr Ard Louis, Dr Jennifer Wiseman, Professor Bill Newsome, Rev Dr John Polkinghorn, Rev Dr Alasdair Coles, Dr Deborah Haarsma, Professor Rosalind Picard, Professor John Bryant.
Spiritual Journeys with Scientists
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The Art of Christmas (Wendy Beckett )
In her reflections on this beautiful selection of masterpieces from a range of artists, Sr Wendy Beckett guides us through the feasts and themes of Advent and Christmas. By exploring the insights of these great works of art, Sr Wendy leads us to a deeper appreciation of this joyful yet challenging season, and stimulates us to consider its meaning in our lives.
A Journey in Paintings Through Advent and Christmas
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The Best Instrumental Worship Album...Ever! (Various Artists)
The Best Worship...Ever! series has been massively successful and this edition will be no exception. This instrumental volume features 3 CDs packed full of the songs you really want, the very best that modern worship has to offer. The Best Instrumental Worship Album...Ever includes beautiful instrumental arrangements and delivers the best-loved worship songs, such as "Here I Am To Worship", "The Father's Song" and much much more. The album has no vocals just allowing the music to speak for itself and is perfect for quiet times with God providing a fresh expression of worship for today's church. The Best Instrumental Worship Album...Ever! Includes 50 songs that form 3 wonderful CDs in a beautifully presented case, easy to access and transport. The 3 CDs also come with lyrics for each song and so if you want to sing the words to the magical instrumentals then the words are there to help! This collection of instrumentals provides inspiration and relaxation in the Lord's company, as each of these songs can be used to appreciate the music behind some of the greatest songs written or you can sing the words to the music. The Best Instrumental Worship Album ... Ever! contributes a percentage of its profits to Christian Aid.
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Walking Him Home (Feby Chan)
On the 27th April 2015, Feby Herewila married Andrew Chan. 35 hours later Andrew was executed by firing squad. Part of the Bali Nine, Andrew had been in Kerobokan Prison for ten years for drug smuggling. Feby was Andrew's close supporter and confidante, a lay pastor who had met him in prison and had ministered alongside him for three years. Together, they shared a common vision and faith in a powerful God of love and restoration. Andrew's story made headlines, but now Feby tells her compelling story. After wrestling with grief and suffering, she shares how God's healing and faithfulness is enabling her to step into her new life and ministry. Content Benefits: As Feby Chan learns to rebuild her life, faith and purpose after her husband was executed by a firing squad in Indonesia, this inspiring and powerful story shows how God can bring hope out of tragedy and bring healing to even our deepest pain. Tells the story of Andrew Chan from a different perspective Shows the transforming power of God in people's lives Encourages us to see that God's forgiveness is open to anyone, whatever they have done Will encourage people going through difficult situations that Jesus can heal the pain in time and allow you to hope again Looks at the real pain of losing a loved one Honest look at when prayers are not answered in the way we hope Inspiring story of one woman's faithfulness to God Perfect gift to encourage someone in their faith Ideal reading for anyone who loves to see God at work Colour photos - an 8 page insert included
Learning to Hope Again after Loving and Losing Andrew Chan on Death Row
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