Next Friday the England football team will take on Scotland in an important World Cup qualifying game, and since the game happens on November 11th, Remembrance Day in the UK, both teams have proposed that they wear poppies (the traditional British symbol of war remembrance) to commemorate those who lost their lives in past wars. In the […]
Growing up in England and going through the English school system, I enjoyed (and endured) many hours of learning about history. In secondary school I remember learning that some historical sources were biased, and so had to be treated with care, while others were unbiased, and so were supposed to be more reliable. Since then […]
I’ve recently come across an interesting article by Patrick Johnstone, editor of Operation World, about the history of when the Bible has and hasn’t been translated into local languages in the last 2,000 years, and the impact on the church of those decisions.
If you don’t have time to read the whole article as he looks at mission to various cultures over the last two millenia, you should take a look at a few of his conclusions below…