BST blog

Allied health and lightbulb moments

What does crocheting, physiotherapy and Bible college have in common? Not much for most people, but for one of our BST students in her mid-20s, they are the very things she loves to pour her time and effort into doing. We caught up with K to find out a little more about what she does…

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How do I read the Bible?

At some point in our Christian lives we have been told that one of the best things we can do is to read the Bible. However, the assumption that we often make is that because we can read, then we are equipped to read the Bible. That will only get us so far.

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What is the Insider Movement?

For a Muslim to convert to Christianity—especially in Muslim-majority countries—it comes with severe consequences including being ostracized from their family and community or at worst, being killed for their new-found confession in Christ.

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Making theological and missiological sense of Muhammad

Who is Muhammad and is he a prophet? In the Islamic faith, Muhammad is a highly revered holy figure. But how much do we really know about him?

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New book released: Contextualization of the Gospel

Rev Dr Andrew Prince’s book, ‘Contextualization of the Gospel: Towards an Evangelical Approach in the Light of Scripture and the Church Fathers’, is now available.

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God alone is faithful

About 30 years after Jesus’ death and resurrection, the Apostle Peter wrote to believers scattered across Roman provinces—what we now know as modern Turkey (1 Peter 1). These people were suffering some persecution as a result of their faith in Christ. This part of the Bible has its twists and turns, but it doesn’t take long to read on and find out how it ends. By this stage, Jerusalem had not yet fallen; more persecution was to come for the believers.

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