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You: An Introduction (Book Review)

You: An Introduction is by Aussie theologian Michael Jensen. It’s like Nooma in a book. The idea is that, in our hyperlinked, high-octane world, there are new tensions in the questions we have about human identity. Michael seeks to sketch out the Bible’s perspective on these modern dilemmas.

Neuromancer

Neuromancer is a sacred text of pop culture. It’s where terms like ‘cyberspace’ and ‘the matrix’ were popularised. With its release in 1984, William Gibson set the standard for cyberpunk fiction (it was somewhat prefigured by the 1982 film Blade Runner). The fabric of Neuromancer’s world has since seeped into […]

Goodbye for now, Adelaide

We leave for Melbourne in a few days. Our Greek intensive at Ridley Melbourne begins on 2 Feb. We’d especially like to thank all our friends at St Matt’s and SAS for your support and prayers as we leave. St Matt’s is our home church and we’re sad to be […]

The ‘irrelevant’ God meets Australia

Part of my experience of studying English at uni involved coming to understand and appreciate a post-modern approach to literature. In essence, the post-modern upholds that the reader, not the author, determines the meaning of a text. Thus, authorial intent does not trump ‘what I got out of it’. The […]

Prayer priorities

As I gear up for study, I want to renew my prayer life. I’ve always felt a tension between the tremendous importance of prayer and my desperate failure to pray. I’ll write progressively more about praying in months to come. In the meantime, here are a few thoughts rehashed from […]

The Shack again

A few thoughts have been brewing on The Shack. Tamie has already skirted trinitarian red herrings and tackled a great deal. In the end, I just have a personal quibble: the way The Shack is written.