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Most read features/interviews in 2019 


The five most read features and interviews in The Baptist Times in 2019

 

Most read features

1 The silent epidemic of loneliness
Loneliness and social isolation is an increasingly significant issue in communities. The church can be a key part of the answer

2 Wrestling with Old Testament violence
An interview with Baptist minister Helen Paynter, whose new book continues her exploration of how we respond to the violence in the Old Testament

3 Baptists Together: who we are, why we exist, and our four key areas of shared work  
By General Secretary Lynn Green 

4 Gen Z: what can the Victorians teach us?
Young people are open to spiritual conversations. Let's step outside our comfort zones to have them

5 Ten suggestions for your summer reads
In picking 10 possible summer reads, I gave myself one condition: they all needed to be authored by women

 

 

Baptist Times, 19/12/2019
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What does it look like to love your neighbour as yourself when that includes sticky fingers, smelly nappies and tired parents? An introduction to mainly music
The Hebe Foundation, a Baptist-led youth organisation that helps people aged 13-20 discover their talents, is seeing increasing demand for its work
Does Bathsheba have anything to say about joy this Advent? The final in our four part series
The five most read features and interviews in The Baptist Times in 2019
Ruth reminds us of a robust, relational, restless love, that endures for centuries and transforms in weeks
The second in our series focusing on four women this Advent turns to Rahab, whose faith opens up a very different future
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