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Archive of posts published in the category: gospel

Eye-Witness Memory

The Gospels were not written until several decades after the events included in them. This has been a major point of attack by opponents of Christianity against the truth of the gospel stories. In the 19th century it was the general understanding that…


The Search for the Meaning of Life

On Sunday I preached a sermon at our church for our friendship Sunday. It was an evangelistic sermon exploring what it meant for the logos to become flesh and dwell among us. Post-sermon, there were some things that I wish I had encountered…


How to be a Child of God

HOW TO BE A CHILD OF GOD from David Howell on Vimeo. The presentation above was made this year by a Texas businessman based on a tract he produced for use in prison ministries. I’d be interested to hear people’s thoughts and responses…


Good News: No restrictions, no special conditions apply, no limited terms of offer

Last week I spoke at Shatin Church on Ephesians 3:1-13. I compared the story of the Freedom Riders during the Civil Rights struggles of 1960s America with that of Paul and the Jews and Gentiles in the early church. I also included a…


Manga Jesus

Last year I posted on the Manga Messiah series put out by NEXT Manga. Last month I bought a copy of Manga Jesus for my reading on the 24-hour train trip from Hong Kong to Beijing. The first thing that I can say…


My Last Day

Hi all, Over the past few weeks I have been working on an internet outreach using a new anime version of the Jesus film. The new film is a 9-minute story, which utilizes dialogue from the original “JESUS” film. It unfolds through the eyes…


Communicating through video

Further to my last post putting the case for communicating visually, Digital Evangelism Issues have a survey of some of the visual resources available for communicating the gospel (or starting gospel conversations.) I posted last year about the fantastic Manga Bible series produced…