Cross to Death and Death to Life

Welcome back to part 7 of our “Back to Basics”. Hope you are all keeping safe and are feeling ok. And if you aren’t feeling ok, that’s ok too. Today we are following on from last weeks, “Garden to the Cross”, with definitely the best part of the story! This Sunday (Easter Sunday) we, as…

Garden to the Cross

Welcome to part 6, of the our Back to Basics series, the aim of this series is to give you an insight into why Christians believe what they do and why they do some of the things they do. This week we’ll be looking at the Easter story, Part 1 and what it means to…

Communion

Welcome to part 5, of the our Back to Basics series, the aim of this series is to give you an insight into why Christians believe what they do and why they do some of the things they do. This week we’ll be looking at what communion means to Christians… Why does my church call…

The Trinity

The trinity is arguably the most difficult concept to both explain and understand in Christianity. It is intertwined with heresy (opinion profoundly contrary to orthodox religious doctrine) and problematic explanations. Like the explanation that the trinity is just like 3-in-1 shampoo, which is a little problematic to say the least!   The word “Trinity” comes…

What is The Bible?

Welcome back to part 3, of our Back to Basics series, today we’re going to be talking about the Bible! So what is the bible? Here are some fun facts: It is continually the best-selling book of all time, with over 100 million Bibles being sold or distributed every year. It was originally written in…

Who Is Jesus? (part 2)

Last week, we looked at the historical figure of Jesus, we looked at evidence of his existence and what he did here on earth physically. This week, in part 2 of our Back to Basics series, we are going to be looking at two of the claims Christians have made of Him. When trying to…

Who Is Jesus?

  “I have taken it for granted that Jesus of Nazareth existed. Some writers feel a need to justify this assumption at length against people who try from time to time to deny it. It would be easier, frankly, to believe that Tiberius Caesar, Jesus’ contemporary, was a figment of the imagination than to believe…