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HEART Christian newspaper | 22 September 2020

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Book Review Archives - HEART Christian newspaper

Bring back Mission Praise! Part two

30 July 2020 |

This is the second part of a review that appeared in our June/July issue, chosen to chime with the needs of home worship. To read the first part click here ‘Why I Left the Contemporary Christian Music Movement: Confessions of … Read More

‘Journey to the Holocaust: Anti-Semitism, the Bible and History’

30 July 2020 |

by Dr Susanna Kokkonen

English translation published in 2020

Want to know more about the Holocaust? This is your comprehensive yet readable guide from a Holocaust expert.

Dr Kokkonen was formerly the director of Christian Friends of Yad Vashem at … Read More

The Church’s greatest mistake

6 June 2020 |

If you’ve ever wondered why today’s Church seems weak and ineffective, Charles Gardner has the answer ‘King of the Jews: Why the Bible – And All History – Points to Jesus’

by Charles Gardner

Christian Publications International

£10 plus p&p

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NOT written by C S Lewis in 1942 

6 June 2020 |

The viral meme that brought comfort to thousands wasn’t by the great C S Lewis

A quote, apparently by C S Lewis, went viral (what else currently?) on social media in March 2020.

In fact, it appears to have been … Read More

Bring back Mission Praise!

6 June 2020 |

Last updated on July 30th, 2020 at 09:32 pm

With churches closed and the focus moving to home worship, it’s time to find trusty, tuneful songs that everyone can sing without band aid ‘Why I Left the Contemporary Christian Music … Read More

An Oxford professor on Covid-19 and a loving God

5 June 2020 |

Last updated on June 21st, 2020 at 06:40 pm

‘Where Is God in a Coronavirus World?’

by John  Lennox

The Good Book Company £2.54

“Removing God from the equation does not remove the pain and suffering… But [it] does remove something … Read More

Our kidnap ordeal served as a warning that the Western Church isn’t ready for Jesus’ return

28 March 2020 |

Last updated on April 3rd, 2020 at 03:50 pm

David and Shirley Donovan were held hostage for 22 days in the Niger Delta. Their traumatic abduction was, they believe, a warning against lukewarm Christianity ‘Counting the Cost: Kidnapped in the … Read More

Neither Bomb nor Bullet

4 December 2019 |

Archbishop on the front line New biography of Archbishop Benjamin Kwashi, of Jos, Nigeria

‘Three times they’ve tried to kill me. They’ve come close. But each time just makes me more determined to live my life to the full for … Read More

Rebuilding the Ruins: Following God’s Call to Serve Syria

21 November 2019 |

By Samara Levy

Hodder & Stoughton, 2019

In winter 2013, mother of two Samara Levy was moved by reports of barefoot Syrian refugee children in snow covered camps.

She began collecting winter clothes for them, and soon found herself in … Read More

Babylon or Jerusalem: Which Will Rule the World?

21 November 2019 |

By Jan Willem van der Hoeven

Deeper Revelation Books, 2009 (revised edition)

The cities of Babylon and Jerusalem figure prominently in the Bible’s discussion of the end times. One represents man’s attempt to make a perfect world; the other, God’s … Read More

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