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New series: John Rackley imagines a possible response of people intimately involved in the hours before Jesus' death
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I think it boils down to three things, writes Colin Sedgwick
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Engagement in the political narratives of our day is not a distraction from our Gospel identity, but an expression of it
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We have become adept at holding people to account. But is there too much focus after the horse has bolted?
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Politicians on all sides want to hear from us as the General Election approaches. What should we be saying?
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Shut-up evangelism: seeking out what God is already doing in someone’s life, rather than dispensing booklets and tracts
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