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Book Give Away!

I wrote a new book which came out last Easter just after the first lockdown started, and so, well, even I sort of forgot about it. But, I eventually got my hands on a few copies, so, I'd like to give two of them away.  The book is about the theology of the founders of the Apostolic Church, so it should hopefully be of interest to Apostolic pastors, which means one of the copies is reserved for any pastor in the Apostolic Church. The other copy is for anyone in the UK (because international postage is too expensive, sorry!). Here's the link to enter the competition. (I've never tried making a competition before, so sorry if it's not the most slick!) There are four ways to enter.  1) Subscribe to the blog by email. 2) Follow me on Twitter. 3) Tweet about the competition using via the competition page above.  4) For the pastor copy, any pastor can email me at the address in the Apostolic Church UK Staff Address Book.  You can see the full table of contents on the Google b

Resource Pages


Over on the left-hand side, you can now find some links to my resource pages. For the moment they're still a bit minimalist and experimental, but already you can find a few interesting/useful things there.

The page of Apostolic Theology Resources is to be the home of a (hopefully growing) number of permanent resources on Apostolic theology. Already it is home to the Tenets of the Apostolic Church and has sub-pages containing The Fundamentals of the Apostolic Church and some sermons on the Eternal Purpose (the heart of Apostolic Theology) by Ps. Warren Jones, former national leader of the Apostolic Church in the UK.

There is also a page of resources for my seminary students. There I have some very useful links, including, but not limited to, a few good online journals. There are also pages for some specific classes. Some of these are rather bare at the moment, but the Philosophy of Religion page should be expanding in the coming weeks to be of service to my Spring Term Philosophy of Religion students. So if you're in that class next semester, you can already find some information on required and recommended reading over there. It even has a song for you to sing!

There are also a few other pages with things like reading recommendations; but, as I've said, it's still a bit minimalist and experimental for the moment.