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Coronavirus Advice Webinar: The Apostle Paul’s Lockdown Ministry 

The Apostle Paul’s Lockdown Ministry - Wednesday 1 July.

In this webinar, we explored how Paul responded to what we imagine as his self-isolation following conversion; to imprisonment and to house arrest. How did he adapt his ministry in these circumstances and continue to preach the kingdom ‘boldly and without hindrance’ whilst constrained? And what does it mean for us as we adapt our own ministry to a lockdown that maybe easing but under which there are still many restrictions? Andrew Clarke from the Baptist Union of Scotland and Simon Jones from Spurgeon’s College, both scholars of Paul’s work, were in conversation.

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