Jesus describes the unforgivable sin as the blasphemy of the Holy Spirit. What is this sin, and how do we know if someone is in danger of committing it? From one of our live events, R.C. Sproul and Derek Thomas respond.

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Speaking on endings, overcomings and possibilities!

Speaking on breakthroughs and audio adventures

Once again, the British government has chosen a strange way to demonstrate its purportedly close friendship with the State of Israel.

Last week saw another typical episode of Israel-bashing at the UN. Its General Assembly Special Political and Decolonisation Committee passed no fewer than seven resolutions condemning Israel.

One of these denounced it for “repressive measures” against Syrian citizens in the Golan Heights, simply because Israel remains in control there. Since the only reason Israel is in the Golan is to repel Syrian aggression, this is clearly absurd.

Three other resolutions addressed the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA), one of them renewing its mandate.

Speaking on apathy, audios and an unexpected shower


Published on 3 Nov 2015
A re-imagination of Paul's time in prison & his letter to the Philippians as an office mock-umentary.
Meet Lucius Picardius, the fictional head roman jailor, and follow his story.


Please read this in the context and continuation of Part 1.

Middle East Report

Stories this week  include mathematics  proficiency in Israeli schools affected by the pandemic, despite restrictions Eurovision continues its work in Eastern Europe as well as the UK and US Secretary of State says options still on the table to stop Iran from obtaining nuclear

Olive Tree

The subject of Israel is guaranteed to cause a stir in Christian circles and one question that is often raised is this, ‘Is the modern State of Israel still God’s chosen people or has the Church replaced Israel?’ Who better to answer that question than a Jewish pastor in J’lem called Ofer Amitai.

Thinking Differently

Part 1 of a glimpse into the strange world of Steve Maltz

Watching Over Zion

The Word:  Justice is turned back, and righteousness stands afar off; for truth is fallen in the street, and equity cannot enter. So truth fails, and he who departs from evil makes himself a prey. (Isaiah 59:14-15)