Paul Blackham
Paul Blackham The Rev Dr Paul Blackham comes from a family of strong Christian convictions, greatly loved and respected in Lancashire. Severely injured in a motor incident at the age of seven, he was pronounced dead at the hospital, but, remarkably, was brought back by a Muslim doctor. This imparted to Paul a lifelong love of Muslims, among whom he has often preached at ‘Speakers Corner’ in London.

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A miraculous possibility

Paul Blackham

keywords: prayer, bible, intimacy, atheist

Matthew 6:5 - 8

In the face of today's atheist scoffings at prayer, Paul Blackham speaks on prayer according to Jesus. But he also tracks back to the very beginning of prayer in the Bible, and on to the privileged face-to-face intimacy that is ours!!

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A Finished Work

The dying word of Christ – ‘Tetelestai!’ (Finished) is taken up by Paul Blackham, and – with stories from Christian history, coupled with enthralling references from Genesis onwards - we gain an awareness of how the finished work can apply to an individual, a household, a nation, the world!