What a wonderful privilege, to tell those around us of the Gospel message! And yet, sometimes (in fact, usually) our message may fall on deaf ears – and we may wonder whether the time, effort and money was worth it. But the answer to that question is always a resounding “yes” – because all our… Read More Preaching in a modern UK or modern Europe
Amanda Jones brings us good but also bad news. In her ecclesia there are 14 Iranian Asylum Seekers, who have been regularly coming to their meetings and classes. Problem now is that they had hoped to be in a free democratic Christian country, i.e. a land where the love of Christ would be on the… Read More UK Persian Preaching News for February 2020
We think it worth highlighting a documentary film sent in by Martin Evans entitled “Iranian Christadelphians”. The film is 40mins and covers what is happening at Liverpool, Sale, Rochdale and Derby ecclesiae (and is similar to things happening in many others in the UK). The story of Iranians in Britain is complex, driven by its… Read More Documentary: Iranian Christadelphians
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We are very happy to hear from several of our English brethren and sisters that lots of Iranians find the way to our Christadelphian community. In the UK there are many Iranian and Kurdish Bible students and new brothers and sisters across the UK, but particularly in NW, NE, Midlands, Cardiff and London. As of… Read More Iranian and Kurdish Bible students in the UK
Mythic theme God or gods warning A mass of water bringing people in danger has always spoken to the imagination of people. As such we can find a great flood as a mythic theme in many ancient religions that describes a primordial destruction of man and the world by a universal deluge because of man’s… Read More The flood, floods and mythic flood stories 2 Mythic theme 1 God or gods warning