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Oh The Depths of the Riches (MP3)
Understanding Better Godís Purposes for Israel and the Church
Product code: MPS127
Recorded at CFI's 2014 Annual Conference, Simon Ponsonby focuses on the Church's tragic historic relationship with the Jewish people, whilst Martin Charlesworth teaches on how to communicate to fellow Christians a positive understanding of Israel today.
- Simon Ponsonby - The Tragedy of Church History and the Jewish People (66 minutes)
- Simon Ponsonby - The Significance of the Jewishness of Jesus (52 minutes)
- Martin Charlesworth - A Biblical Overview of Israel and the Church (44 minutes)
- Martin Charlesworth - Communicating a Positive Understanding of Israel Today (52 minutes)
Please note: Due to circumstances beyond the control of CFI-UK, the sound level on all four recordings are lower than we would have wished. We have done our best to boost the volume, but nevertheless need to advise you that there are moments when both speakers lower their voices to the point where it may be difficult to hear what they are saying. We sincerely apologise, in advance, for any difficulty this may cause to the listener.
About the Authors
A 4th generation preacher, Simon came to a personal faith in his late teens. He became an evangelist, street preacher and church planter in his early 20s, before preparing for Anglican ordination at Trinity College Bristol where he earned two degrees in theology. From 1995 Simon served a curacy in inner city Bradford before his appointment in 1998 as Ďthe Oxford Evangelical Pastorate Chaplainí to Oxford undergraduates.
In 2005 Simon became Pastor of Theology at St Aldates Church, Oxford a role involving teaching, writing and serving the wider church, across the denominations, at home and abroad as a conference speaker and teacher. He is Dean of Studies for an Oxford-based European church planting programme, and an Associate Tutor at Wycliffe Hall. Simon has written several books on doctrine, spirituality and practical theology.
Martinís early working life was in teaching and in business. He subsequently became a pastor and led Barnabas Community Church, Shrewsbury for twenty years until early 2014. He recently handed over the senior leadership of the church but remains on the team. Martin now shares his time between the local church, leadership training programmes, and a national church-based social action network. He has degrees in History and Theology.