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      ‘Simply, and in a Malagasy way of thinking …’

      The Africa Bible Commentary for Madagascar On Sunday 12 October 2014, the Malagasy translation of the Africa Bible Commentary (ABC) – Hevitenin’ny Baiboly – was launched with a colourful ceremony in Antananarivo, Madagascar. Pieter Kwant, Luke Lewis and Solomon Andria from Langham Literature attended the launch. Especially since visiting the island, Pieter says, he understands […]

    • 2015 Langham Partnership – Cambridge University Scholarship

      The Divinity Faculty Board at Cambridge University and Langham Partnership are pleased to offer the Cambridge-Langham Award for an outstanding doctoral student from the Majority World (Two-Thirds World) in theological studies at Cambridge University, starting in September 2015. The Divinity Faculty has a long and distinguished tradition of training high quality research students, and the […]

    • In the midst of Ebola

      Weep with those who weep in Sierra Leone In May this year we reported in an article entitled ‘Broadcasting Christ’ on an encouraging radio ministry in Sierra Leone in which some Langham Preaching trainees and trainers were taking part. That was before the shocking Ebola outbreak. On 15 September, Christo Jonah, the Langham Preaching Country […]

  • Daily Bible Study


    24 Nov 2014

    A Commentary by John Stott 2 Thessalonians 2:3b-5. a). The leader of the rebellion (continued). Several details of these verses (Mk.13:14; cf. Mt.24:15-16)are important. 1). Matthew’s text adds the explanatory phrase ‘spoken of through the prophet Daniel’; indeed the injunction to the reader to understand is probably encouraging him to read and reapply Daniel’s prophecy. […]


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