POVERTY and MARGINALIZATION AROUND THE WORLD, WITH A SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE LIFE OF ARCHBISHIP OSCAR ROMERO (EAST DONCASTER BAPTIST CHURCH, Melbourne: February 14, 2014) First thanks to all of you at EDBC for your wonderful support and prayer for Jan and me, her carer over the last couple of fairly traumatic years. For those […]
By Thomas Scarborough Imagine a game of fast chess, in which a timer is used.
by Nils von Kalm http://nilsvonkalm.com I think more Christians need to read historical fiction. I know I do. Having recently finished Randy Singer
The Gist of Michael Hardin
Which Secularism? Australia Has a Serious Religious Literacy Problem Michael Bird
Throughout history the three major branches of the Christian Church – Eastern Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and Protestant – have disagreed on many things, but they have shared a rare point of unity in their antipathy towards the ‘Christ-killing’ Jews. For two millennia this anti-Judaism/anti-Semitism was fuelled mainly by three New Testament passages: Matthew 27:25 (‘his […]
True and Generous Forgiveness’: Pope Francis’s Message of Mercy to Abortion Survivors Austen IvereighABC RELIGION AND ETHICS3
An extended review of One God in Three Persons: Unity of Essence, Distinction of Persons, Implications for Life, edited by Bruce Ware and John Starke (Wheaton: Crossway, 2015), pp. 265. By KEVIN GILES Wayne Grudem says that for twenty-five years he has believed that how the Trinity is understood