The Summer 2016 edition of Crossway
1 Jul 2016
The Summer issue of Crossway is now out!
We lead the Summer issue of 2016 with a report by Chris Kilgour on the recent annual Church Society conference, which looked at remaining steadfast in the Church of England today.
Ros Clarke explores the contemporary issue of how we should mourn the death of celebrities. Tom Woolford considers the masculine sin of rejecting Christ and his people, and how this can be remedied.
Adam Young looks at whether it is possible to be both a charismatic and a confessional Anglican. Lee Gatiss gives us ten reasons to love JC Ryle, in the great bishop’s 200th year.
John Telford explores how the doctrine of sanctification can be misunderstood. Whilst Julie Woolford ponders why someone who was baptised as an adult would also want to get confirmed.
There are also details about the upcoming JAEC and ReNew conferences, and also various book offers. All this and more in the latest edition of Crossway. If you’re not a subscriber, or a member, already, why ever not?
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Revd Dr Lee Gatiss is the Director of Church Society and Editor of Crossway