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etimasthe summer break

etimasthe will be taking a break for the next five weeks. We will next be publishing on or around Thursday 15th August. We will still be responding to comments, either on Facebook or left directly on our site. We would like to wish all our readers a very happy summer holiday, whatever you’re doing with

etimasthe Easter break

etimasthe will be taking a break for about the next three weeks. We will next be publishing around the end of April. We will still be responding to comments, either on Facebook or left directly on our site. We would like to wish all our readers a very blessed Easter. He is risen indeed! 9

etimasthe February/March break

etimasthe will be taking a break for the next couple of weeks. We will next be publishing on our site around the middle of March. We would like to wish all the best to our readers! 22 February 2019     Note etimasthe.com is something I do outside of full-time employment. Consequently I generally only

etimasthe Christmas break

etimasthe will be taking a break over the Christmas period. We will next be publishing on our site around 10th January. The ‘etimasthe Advent calendar’ on our Facebook page will of course continue. And we will still be responding to comments, either on Facebook or left directly on our site. We would like to wish

Aasia Bibi blasphemy conviction quashed by Pakistan Supreme Court

We would like to express our delight that the Pakistan Supreme Court has quashed the conviction for blasphemy of Christian woman Aasia Bibi, who has been on death row for eight years. Speaking in Islamabad on Wednesday, Chief Justice Saqib Nisar said, “This appeal is allowed. The judgements of the High Court as well as

etimasthe summer break

etimasthe will be taking a break for about the next three weeks. We will next be publishing on or around Thursday 23rd August. We will still be responding to comments, either on Facebook or left directly on our site. We would like to wish all our readers a very happy summer holiday, whatever you’re doing

What is ‘etimasthe’?

The purpose of etimasthe is to highlight the misrepresentation of Christianity in the UK media (as well as pointing out when it’s represented fairly!), and to educate people on the early history of Christianity. But what does ‘etimasthe’ mean? Short answer: “he was despised.” The word is taken from Isaiah chapter 53 verse 3 in

etimasthe Easter break

etimasthe will be taking a break for about the next two-and-a-half weeks. We will next be publishing around the middle of April. We will still be responding to comments, either on Facebook or left directly on our site. We would like to wish all our readers a very blessed Easter. He is risen indeed! 28

Reformation 500th anniversary pin badges

The 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Reformation is coming up in just over four weeks. Get people you know talking about the Reformation and what it means for us today, with these 500th anniversary pin badges. On 31st October 1517 Martin Luther nailed his ‘95 Theses’ to the church door at Wittenberg. This