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Posted by Rob Brewis, 16 Apr 2014

Rob Brewis listens to a sermon full of insight on Proverbs 31 by Simon Austen.

Simon Austen is a Church Society member and is Rector of St Leonard’s, Exeter. If you want a sermon on an excellent wife, go to another website! If you want to get to the heart of Proverbs 31 and hear God’s word on who you should have as a true life partner, stay tuned.

Simon will change your mind and renew your understanding of both Proverbs 31 and the whole book of Proverbs too. Find wisdom here!

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Posted by John Percival, 10 Apr 2014

Theology. A distant memory from college days? A divisive challenge to church life? A delightful pastime for idle minds? ‘Why should I bother reading esoteric theological articles when I need some material that will preach on Sunday and get me through PCC on Monday?’

Theology. A distant memory from college days? A divisive challenge to church life? A delightful pastime for idle minds? ‘Why should I bother reading esoteric theological articles when I need some material that will preach on Sunday and get me through PCC on Monday?’

Welcome to ‘Theology Thursday’ on the Church Society blog. Here we will serve up some of the best articles from the Church Society archives because we think theology matters:

• To educate ourselves about the contemporary challenges to biblical faith
• To equip us to proclaim God’s word faithfully and relevantly
• To enrich our relationship with our Triune God

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Posted by Rob Brewis, 9 Apr 2014

Rob Brewis listens to a punchy and provocative sermon on Philippians 2:1-11 by Duncan Beet.

Duncan Beet is a Church Society member and Priest in Charge of the United Benefice of Mears Ashby, Northamptonshire.

How do we stay united under pressure? How do maintain the unity of the Spirit as local churches?

Preaching on Philippians 2:1-11, Duncan exposes the selfish ambition that destroys church life and gospel witness. It’s punchy, provocative and timely.

Listen to it here (17 mins).

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