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An Introduction to Christian Zionism (Sturges)

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St. Paul One of the Twelve Apostles

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Welcome to U.K. Bible Students, a free Christian website, which presents a variety of subjects of interest to British Bible Students and others. Our free Bible study lessons and audio downloads are available in mp3 format. Listen to interesting Christian speakers discuss the Bible from a unique perspective. This site offers Christian Biblical studies on the nature, ministry, and Ransom-Sacrifice of Jesus Christ, the Saviour of all. Learn how the nation of Israel fits into the Divine Plan of the Ages. Read about Christian men and women in the Gospel Age, who fought the good fight of faith:- Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Harriet Tubman and William Booth, to name a few. The Young Readers section features children’s Bible lessons, long neglected in our schools (our young people leave school not knowing Britain’s Christian environment and culture). Our articles constitute an online Bible study for all denominations. We dispute the theory of human evolution as presented by such writers and speakers as Professors Richard Dawkins and Steve Jones, who dismiss the Intelligent Design evident in nature. In the History Corner we deal with various religious and secular events that have shaped Britain and the world. The Christian Biblical Studies section covers ethical, doctrinal, and historical aspects relating to the consecrated Christian life, including that most difficult question, the Permission of Evil, and we ask why God permitted it for over six thousand years of human history. In the Question Box we present concise answers on common and obscure Biblical themes. We welcome comments and questions on any topic. From the Audio section you may download free sermons on the coming Kingdom on earth, the Judgement Day, the Second Advent, and other topics. All our articles and Bible study topics may be downloaded free without copyright restriction or charge. You may link to our site, www.ukbiblestudents.co.uk, but let us know if you do.

The U.K. Bible Students Website features this month the following new articles

 

. . . the sun of righteousness (shall) rise with healing in His beams (Mal 4:2)

 

Mythology and the Bible   

Lord Shaftsbury on the Jews' Return_1882

 

 

Mary Jones and her Bible

in a pdf format

Prof. Paul S L Johnson On Human Evolution

 

 

British Trades Union Movement

 The British Empire And Israel

 

 

 Britain In Europe (Part 1-3)

Intelligent Design Versus The Alternative

 

 

 

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