Representing Majority World Theology in Academia

3 December 2018 |

Each November, we at Langham Publishing exhibit our latest and most relevant titles at theological conferences in North America. It is…
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Eradicating the Sacred-Secular Divide

8 November 2018 |

Last week 500 people involved in theological education came from around the world to Panama for the ICETE 2018 Consultation….
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From Durham Uni PhD to special needs ministry in India

18 October 2018 |

Langham Scholar Susan Mathew was inspired by her time studying for a PhD at Durham University to start a pioneering…
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Staff Profile – Dahlia Fraser

9 August 2018 |

As a child growing up in Jamaica, reading was Dahlia Fraser’s favourite pastime. Early mornings and after school she could…
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“Blessed are the peace-makers”

15 May 2018 |

Rula Mansour is a Palestinian Christian woman who lives in Israel, and a Langham Scholar. She shares her story, her research,…
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Langham Preaching established and raring to go in Hungary

15 May 2018 |

Sometimes the best things take a long time to happen – that’s the case with Langham Preaching in Hungary. After…
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Chris Wright’s Word on the World: ‘Though the earth give way’

15 May 2018 |

I read in the New York Times some weeks ago that there are increasing numbers of young couples getting married with…
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Staff Profile: Peter Fleck

Peter Fleck has been with Langham Literature since 2005. This month we have a short interview with Peter to introduce…
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‘I was truly privileged to stay at Tyndale House’

27 April 2018 |

Langham Scholar Oboletswe Matlhaope is studying for a PhD at North West University, South Africa, and is from Botswana. From September…
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“CEEBC meeting was an eye-opening experience”

27 April 2018 |

The editorial group for the Central Eastern European Bible Commentary (CEEBC) met in Wroclaw, Poland, in the week of November…
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