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Author Index - Giles Cattermole

Giles Cattermole is CMF Head of Student Ministries.

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Choosing a church (nucleus - Freshers edition)

Dave had just started medical school. He didn't know many people, and was keen to find a lively and welcoming church. Ideally with free food. He soon found a large, student church near campus, with achingly cool people and 'awesome' worship music. The YouTube videos they used instead of sermons...

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Medical ethics for beginners (nucleus - Freshers edition)

I t's easy to think that prescribing antibiotics is a 'scientific' decision, without the need for ethics or 'value judgments'. But if the patient is foreign, unconscious, terminally ill, with life-threatening pneumonia, and if the antibiotics are very expensive with nasty side-effects, all sorts of ethical considerations become apparent: consent;...

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our beliefs: our sinfulness (nucleus - September 2014)

Sin, guilt and divine judgment are not popular in polite society; they're not things that people like to talk about. Richard Dawkins thinks Christianity a 'nasty little preoccupation' with 'sin sin sin sin sin sin sin'. (1) If you don't believe in a good and personal God who cares about...

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studying and working for Jesus (nucleus - September 2014)

Christians have been called to Christ. Thats our primary calling, and its true for all of us. Were called to faith, holiness and salvation (2 Thessalonians 2:13-14), to freedom (Galatians 5:13), to the one hope (Ephesians 1:18, 4:4). Were called to eternal life (1 Timothy 6:12), to a holy life...

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take + read (nucleus - May 2014)

Giles Cattermole invites you to read great Christian books. In the summer of AD 386, a young man lay weeping under a fig-tree in a Milanese garden. (1) Tormented by his failure to overcome his sinfulness, he cried out to God: 'Will you be angry for ever?' Suddenly he heard...

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crossword 12 (nucleus - May 2014)

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our beliefs - the Bible (nucleus - May 2014)

Giles Cattermole considers the importance of God's revelation through Scripture. 'The Bible, as originally given, is the inspired and infallible word of God. It is the supreme authority in all matters of belief and behaviour.' In the first two articles in this series, we looked at the nature of God: especially...

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our beliefs (nucleus - January 2014)

'God is sovereign in creation, revelation, redemption and final judgment.' Giles Cattermole considers God's sovereignty In the first article in this series we saw that God is love, perfectly and eternally in the trinity. In this article we will see that God is powerfully sovereign. If God were loving but...

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our beliefs (nucleus - September 2013)

'there is one God in three persons, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.' Giles Cattermole considers the trinity. Isn't the trinity a bit odd? A theological abstraction that confuses and divides? Wouldn't it just be simpler to believe in a 'singular' god? Why is it the first statement...

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Battles Christians Face (nucleus - spring 2013)

Vaughan Roberts Authentic 2007 (reprinted with new preface, 2012) £6.99 RRP The Christian life is victorious, full of joy and triumph. Well, usually. Sometimes. Ever? Battles Christians Face equips us to deal wisely with our daily struggles as we follow Jesus. Eight chapters cover some of the most common battles...

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