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Author Index - John Martin

John Martin is the Associate Editor of Triple Helix

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Love+service (triple helix - winter 2006)

John Martin reports on how two very different CMF members are serving people in dire need in Pakistan's earthquake zone Every day since 8 October people waiting at the outpatients entrance of Kunhar Christian Hospital read a sign bearing words from Psalm 46: 'God is our refuge and strength, an...

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Pictures making a difference (triple helix - winter 2006)

Here is a story of two people:[1] a visionary innovator and a courageous implementer. David Morley’s heart began to be stirred with a concern to address poverty and health in the 1950s. The chance arose for a rare opportunity to undertake research on children growing up in the Nigerian village...

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Physician heal yourself (triple helix - autumn 2005)

‘The Spirit of the Lord is upon me because he has anointed me to bring good news to the poor…’ (Isaiah 61:1) There’s nothing like the buzz when someone who grew up in a village comes back to home to preach. I remember such an experience over 30 years ago and...

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Good news for the invisible blind (triple helix - winter 2005)

The story of Jesus and the blind beggar of Jericho (Luke 18: 35-43) offers interesting insights into blindness and the complexities of ministry to blind persons, especially in places where they are ignored or treated as invisible. A blind person by instinct will resist cross conversation or being pushed aside. So...

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When God's word is extreme (triple helix - summer 2004)

Shortly after the 9/11 attackes on the twin towers of the World Trade Centre in New York and Washington's Pentagon, an American publisher released a new Bible that it billed, 'The extreme Word of God for these extreme times.' ExtremeWord is a Bible aimed at teenagers. There's a flag on...

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Pray for Rowan Williams (triple helix - autumn 2002)

Church affairs are generally outside the scope of Triple Helix, but the choice of Rowan Williams as 104th Archbishop of Canterbury warrants an exception to the rule. We urge CMF members and the wider readership of Triple Helix to uphold Dr Williams fervently in their prayers, especially over the next...

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On Safari (triple helix - summer 2002)

I've just spent ten days in Kenya, my third visit but the first for nearly 20 years. I'll never forget flying from the capital Nairobi over Kenya's luminous tropical green countryside, the breathtaking Rift Valley, seeing Mount Kenya, and moving on to Marasbit, an oasis town amidst a huge desert...

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Stem Cell Stitch Up - Pro-Life Voices Claim They Were Silenced (triple helix - spring 2002)

The religious press predictably headlined it ‘Church backs cloning decision’[1] but the reality is more complex than that. What the headline boils down to is that the Board for Social Responsibility (BSR) of the Church of England threw its weight behind the recommendations of the House of Lord’s Select Committee...

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Cloning - the Latest Developments (triple helix - winter 2002)

The Cloning Saga Peter Saunders reviews recent developments in the cloning debate. 'A milestone in scientific depravity' was one commentator's reaction to the 25 November announcement that American scientists had produced a cloned human embryo. 'Advanced Cell Technology', the Massachusetts-based biotechnology company responsible, were adamant that their intention...

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Where is your treasure? - Why debt relief is not enough (triple helix - autumn 2001)

Critics of the Jubilee 2000 campaign opined that remission of international debt would give the green light for corrupt governments to fritter away the proceeds. This has not proved to be true. There is powerful evidence that debt cancellation is already directly helping the poor. In Uganda debt relief has...

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