We’re coming up to 18 months here in Tanzania which is giving us cause for reflection on some of the preparation we did before leaving Australia. We can’t recommend CMS’ 5 month training course highly enough and there were some general things we were glad we did at Bible college. […]
As the academic year draws to a close, I realise it’s been a year since we finished our time at Bible college. In a year so much has changed! This time last year we were writing our final exams for Greek and Hebrew exegesis. This year, we’re doing lots of […]
As I come to the end of my time at Ridley, I’ve been doing some reflecting on whether, given my time over again, I’d make the same decision and choose Ridley again.
As I look towards the end of my time at theological college, I’ve been thinking about the beginning. Here are 5 tips for kick-starting theological study, and book recommendations to go along with them. (For price comparisons and easy ordering, I’ve linked to Booko.com.au.)
Thanks to those who have responded with real concern to The Weakness Series (over at the Ridley blog as well), particularly in wanting to encourage me that God uses the weak and to just get on with ministry, trusting him. However, part of the reason I want to think about […]
5 reasons your wife must never do theological education: It will bend your brain. You’ll be condemned to a life of hearing the woman’s perspective on everything. It will make your life hell. It’s hard to control a woman with coherent opinions. It will undermine your headship. […]
5 reasons why women shouldn’t do theological education: It will erase your femininity. Outspoken and articulate women aren’t real women. It will neutralise your ovaries Doing a full theological degree will stall your God-ordained role as mother. It will grow hair on your chest. Ministry and theology […]