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Samuel Thambusamy

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Samuel Thambusamy is a PhD candidate with the Oxford Center for Religion and Public Life.
Can God's plans be thwarted? The Bible contains stories about God using even the most challenging and trying circumstances to accomplish His will. God's plans and purposes are still in place. No one or nothing can thwart God's plans.  As...
Are you struggling with doubt or fear? Take heart from the story of Jesus' unwavering commitment to the truth and Peter’s redemption. Click the link to read more and be encouraged to persevere in your own challenges!
“For even the Son of Man came … to give his life as a ransom for many” (Mark. 10:45). Atonement is the central message of the Bible. The Bible tells us that Jesus’ death on the Cross was an atoning...
This article examines the politics of compromise in the crucifixion of Jesus. The focus is on the power of conviction and the high cost of standing up for what you believe in. During Jesus' time, power structures were complex, and...
Are you constantly bombarded with conflicting stories and fake news? Read to find out why you need to be be vigilant and careful in a world full of propaganda.
Living for God involves more than just verbal affirmation. Discover.
God blesses those people who refuse evil advice and won’t follow sinners or join in sneering at God. Instead, the Law of the LORD makes them happy and they think about it day and night (Psalm 1: 1- 2) Happiness...
If you are a regular at church, you're probably familiar with the phrase, “by his grace”. We mutter and tut about God’s grace when we meet, don't we? Sadly, we talk about grace (and even fervently sing the classic...
Amidst attacks, Indian-Christians may appear like a 'stump' - seemingly lifeless and cut down. Yet, in these challenging times, there is always hope for revival and fruitfulness in and through the incarnate Christ. Want to know more about Christmas hope for the Suffering Church? Read now!
https://open.spotify.com/episode/0JN1aLGJOyT1PrABCdvclX?si=mj5sacDwSe6BHdj690N4Jg We carry painful memories of betrayal, disappointment, let-down, hurtful remarks, and false allegations. These painful memories taunt us – torment us – and worse, paralyse us. Pain has the ability to shrink us on the inside and there in loneliness...