Mike Reeves looks at how to speak to our pluralist friends using a neglected resource found in the gospel, leading us to more effective mission.
Mike Reeves compares the Roman Catholic and evangelical understandings of God's grace – and shows how we can too easily get muddled.
Mike Reeves considers the recent efforts towards unity between Roman Catholics and evangelicals, and asks whether we truly agree on the doctrine of justification.
Dan Hames quizzes Mike Reeves about 'Why the Reformation Still Matters', his book co-authored with Tim Chester.
Michael Reeves and Tim Chester explain the Reformers' doctrine of the grace of God in this extract from their book, 'Wy the Reformation Still Matters'.
Natalie Brand looks at the subject of spirituality, drawing us to Jesus our supreme and sufficient Saviour.
Mike Reeves explores the issue of religious pluralism by comparing Islam's Allah with the Christian Triune God.
Glen Scrivener looks at 2 Corinthians 4 for insight into Paul's theology of mission and evangelism.
Michael Reeves asks whether James 2 teaches against Paul and the Reformers that we are not justified by faith alone.
Justin Martyr's open letter to the Emperor, Antoninus Pius, shows how the Old Testament speaks of Christ, arguing that Christianity is simply the religion of the Hebrew Scriptures. He appeals for fair treatment of Christians since their beliefs are legitimate.