Articles by Jeremy Walker

Engaging with Keller

Article by   July 2013
Iain D. Campbell and William M. Schweitzer, eds., Engaging with Keller: Thinking Through the Theology of an Influential Evangelical (Darlington: Evangelical Press, 2013), 240pp.  paperback, £9.99/ $15.99This fascinating volume is something of an in-house discussion into which, because of the... continue

Communion with Christ and His People: The Spirituality of C.H. Spurgeon

Article by   May 2013
Peter J. Morden, Communion with Christ and his people: The Spirituality of C. H. Spurgeon, Centre for Baptist History and Heritage Studies (Regent's Park College, Oxford), 2010, 318pp., paperback, £25Peter Morden, tutor in Church History and Spirituality at Spurgeon's College, has given... continue

Begging the Question

Article by   July 2012
I suspect that those of you who hear a fair amount of preaching have experienced this, haven't you? Somewhere along the line the preacher has been informed that a rhetorical question is a good way to engage his congregation, hasn't he? And so what does he do? Well, he uses them almost relentlessly, doesn't he? Doesn't he make sentences that don't need to be questions into questions? If in doubt - and perhaps this is the most distressing approach - he even throws in some form of interrogation at the end of most sentences, doesn't he? continue

The Hunger Games

Article by   June 2012
A Review of The Hunger Games Trilogy by Suzanne Collins (Scholastic Press, 2010) The PremiseThe Hunger Games trilogy (The Hunger Games, Catching Fire and Mockingjay) by Suzanne Collins is a current publishing phenomenon which is now a cinematic phenomenon as well. The... continue

What Is a True Christian?

Article by   July 2011
A Christian is someone who has obeyed the gracious command of Jesus Christ, "Look to me, and be saved, all you ends of the earth! For I am God, and there is no other" (Is 45.22). As one believing into... continue

Listening to the Gaps

Article by   May 2011
I am sure it has been noticed a thousand times before, but I have noticed it again. We need to listen to the gaps. Let me explain.Error and heresy are not always immediately obvious. To be sure, they can be.... continue

Worthy of Our Best Efforts

Article by   April 2011
In 1839, as now, the British Army was engaged in Afghanistan. Among them was a young soldier called Henry Havelock, a devoted Christian and an outstanding man of valour. Struggling up the ranks (he was then a captain), he had... continue

Ministerial Magpies

Article by   March 2011
The magpie (at least, the one I have in mind) is a striking European bird of black and white plumage (as Jeeves might say, "The species pica pica of the family corvidae, sir") - a sort of jazzed up crow,... continue

God's Gospel Gift

Article by   January 2011
Cast your mind back into the depths of the allegedly-festive season. For many, it would be a time for the giving of gifts. Typically, with the person in mind for whom you desire a gift, you set out to find... continue

A Disciple's Disposition

Article by   November 2010
If you were to choose one phrase to describe yourself, what would it be? One might argue that, for the apostle Paul, it would be this: "a bondservant of Jesus Christ." He uses it repeatedly to describe his privileged status... continue
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