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Samuel Thambusamy

Samuel Thambusamy is a PhD candidate with the Oxford Center for Religion and Public Life.
Book Review: Oden, Thomas C. How Africa Shaped the Christian Mind: Rediscovering the African Seedbed of Western Christianity. Downers Grove: Intervarsity Press, 2010 pp.203 https://youtu.be/Q8zbc9Zuh5Q The African Seedbed of Western Christianity Rarely does one come across a book that grips you like,...
The term ‘slave of Christ’ signifies ‘unconditional service’, ‘ownership’ and ‘belonging’. Therefore, Paul’s use of the term for personal branding (pun intended) is significant. “From Paul and Timothy, servants of Christ Jesus” – Philippians‬ ‭1:1‬ ‭CEV‬‬ Paul sees himself (and his coworker...
There’s no denying that the ugly side of Christian ministry exists. There is every opportunity for hurt, annoyance, and even disillusionment. But the ‘Jesus perspective’ to life can make all the difference. Discover!
If God’s word can become the constant voice inside your head, then you can be happy and stay happy lifelong. Read More…
As hostility toward the Christian faith grows, churches need spiritual courage and strength. We must work quickly to build spiritual courage and resilience in our congregations. Read to know how you can develop spiritual courage?
How strongly do you believe in the power of prayer? Here are three lessons we can learn about Prayer from Apostle Paul’s letter to the Church at Philippi!
Discover how to let go of the past, embrace God's "newness" and enjoy life to the full.
Sometimes, doing the right thing is not doing the RIGHT thing. Here's why?
Paul’s idea of prayer is radical. It has the potential to enrich our faith and give our prayers a deeper sense of meaning and purpose. Explore now!
The best way to experience lasting, meaningful connections is through Christian friendships. We risk missing out on God’s best for our lives if we hold back. Read on…