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assorted coins and notesThe values of God's kingdom are upside down - many who are  first will be last, and the last will be first - or so it will seem to the eyes of those who have not yet tasted the goodness of that kingdom.

If  allbelievers  is truly to be a collaborative venture, it will not always be easy - or right - to control what is said in the discussion area associated with the two-weekly newsletter.  Likewise, those who participate may wish to influence teaching and discussion material that is ‘posted’ on the site.  But some of Peter Nicholls’ own views (follow this who? link) are encapsulated below and will hold some sway on the site in its early days:

 allbelievers  will always seek to lift up the Lord Jesus Christ as Son of God, saviour, teacher and example.

This site will always take the Bible as God's word, understood holistically and with the benefit of God-given intelligence and scholarship, used in the spirit of St Anselm's I believe in order that I may understand.

The site will seek to co-operate with the Holy Spirit in furthering the kingdom of God, and will seek to give God the glory for all that he has done, is doing, and will do.  Jesus taught us to pray: Your kingdom come.  Your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven; we will endeavour to co-operate in line with this prayer.

The site is privately funded.  It seeks ultimately to become self-supporting by means of donations towards the cost of Connected Community Learning course places.  Course fees are “suggested prices” but if you can't afford the sum suggested, donations will be invited on a “what you can afford” basis, Don't miss a discipleship opportunity because you can't afford it.

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God's kingdom embraces all of creation and by his Spirit he is continually involved and active in it.  So information, learning and discussion on  allbelievers  may touch all of life, from the environment to matters of social justice, from right relationships to conflict resolution, from sexuality to child-rearing.