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Animistic Forms of Primal Religion, Benevolent and Malevolent Spirits

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In this video, Pamhor Thumra describes the nature of animism in primal religious societies and their understanding of benevolent and malevolent spirits. Full access to resources, including videos and transcripts, is available to logged-in members only. Login below or Register for free. Username Password Remember Me     Forgot Password

Church and Community Mobilisation Process

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The mission of the Church must move beyond taking people to heaven, but also to empower people with tools to engage their communities. What processes can Christian leaders take to do this? Church and Community Mobilisation Process (CCMP) is a tool that has been developed to implement this holistic view of mission. Full access to […]

Christianity and Islam in Kenya

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Christianity and Islam are significant religions in Africa and Kenya to be specific. How do the two religions co-exist for peace in the society? What of the evangelistic mandate? This video deals with these questions. Full access to resources, including videos and transcripts, is available to logged-in members only. Login below or Register for free.

Apologetics through African Eyes

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Apologetics is not foreign to the Church in Africa. While in the recent past it has engaged the classical questions such as the existence of God, and the problem of evil and suffering, it is misconstrued as a western concept. This video explores the four major areas with specific topics in each that are relevant […]

Cult Phenomena and New Religious Movements

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Cults have been thought of as New Religious Movements (NRMs). What makes them so pervasive in the African context? This video covers the ABCs of cults. Full access to resources, including videos and transcripts, is available to logged-in members only. Login below or Register for free.

Piotr Lorek: Between Evil and Evil (Dietrich Bonhoeffer)

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In this short video I will present the statements of Dietrich Bonhoeffer regarding Christian ethics, in the hope that they will provoke you to think about your own ethics. I will also list a few components of different ethics and ask about your attitude towards them. Full access to resources, including videos and transcripts, is […]

Wojciech Szczerba: The simple teaching of Christianity

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How can I bring the light of the Gospel to the contemporary world? Perhaps simply. With no big words. No clichés. No fences and walls cutting me off from the others. No manipulations. Just care for the other person. Every person, regardless of their ethnicity, gender, orientation, social status, political views, financial situation, religious persuasion, […]

Randy Hacker: House Churches in Poland: a Missio-Ecclesiological Model?

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One of the more significant movements in missions over the past century has been the growth of movements of house churches. There are several recent works about house churches in Asia, Africa, and North America. However, there seems to be extraordinarily little literature on house churches in Europe, and almost nothing about house churches in […]

Randy Hacker: Study in partnership short lecture

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The first modern North American missionaries began to arrive in the late 1970s, with the majority moving into Poland after the fall of communism in 1989. My goal was to analyze the strategies and methods of North American mission agencies in relationship to the national churches, and how the churches responded. My hypothesis was that […]

Natural Law – The Rev. Dr. Jeff Boldt

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Natural law, often overlooked by everyday Christians, posits that religious commandments represent a reaffirmation of innate moral principles inscribed on human hearts, obscured by the fall. This concept is evident in Paul’s writings, where he suggests that Gentiles are judged by this internal law, not necessarily conscious of specific rules. Natural law functions as a […]

How to Ask Good Questions to Unbelievers – Mr. Mark AbelMasseih

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In this lecture, the speaker emphasizes the importance of incorporating questions into apologetics alongside providing answers to inquiries about the Christian Faith. Drawing from biblical examples, the lecturer points out that God himself often posed questions to engage with humanity. Jesus also employed this method, using questions to prompt reflection on matters of faith and […]

Using the Evidence for the Resurrection of Christ in Apologetics and Evangelism – Mr. Mark AbelMasseih

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In this lecture, the focus is on presenting compelling evidence for Christ’s Resurrection, especially in the context of evangelism and apologetics in the Middle East. The lecture begins by delving into 1 Corinthians chapter 15, where Paul emphasizes the significance of the gospel message he preached – the death, burial, and resurrection of Christ. Paul […]

Election and Mission – Mr. Mark AbelMasseih

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This lecture explores the doctrine of election and its impact on missions. The doctrine, often misunderstood, raises questions about the necessity of missions if God has already chosen who will be saved. The speaker draws on biblical and historical examples to demonstrate that believing in God’s sovereign will actually motivates mission work. Jesus, while emphasizing […]

Exclusive or Inclusive Gospel – Mr. Mark AbelMasseih

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This lecture delves into the debate between exclusive and inclusive views regarding the salvation of those who have never encountered Christ’s Gospel. The exclusive perspective asserts three unyielding truths: Jesus stands as the pinnacle of God’s revelation, general revelation alone cannot save, and special revelation through hearing is necessary for salvation. The inclusive stance aligns […]