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The Books of the Bible (book review)

What sort of Bible do you own? Perhaps, like me, you own more than one version: different sizes; different translations; perhaps a study or devotional edition. Yet, all of these versions probably have one thing in common: their design. When you open a Bible, what does each page look like? […]

Death to Bible headings

We need to renew the way we read the Bible. I’ll be writing more about this in the months to come, but tonight I was particularly struck by one of the reasons why. In the story of King Solomon (1 Kings 1–12), we read about a mighty ruler with the […]

Changes for us

This is our final year of theological college (third year of the MDiv) and our last 18 months in Melbourne. What will it mean for us to flourish? Space to thrive. We took on heaps last year — ten college subjects is a lot! Having overloaded, we’ve got a bit […]

Book Review: Fight Like a Girl

Fight like a Girl is the second offering from Lisa Bevere on the topic of gender, following Kissed the girls and made them cry and preceding Nurture. Lisa is an American woman, popular on the women’s speaking circuit and perhaps best known in Australia for her appearances at Hillsong’s women’s […]

Just one more thing about Twilight

OK, so seriously, I’m going to stop my Twilight obsessing after this post. Promise! I’ve just finished reading the final book anyway so there’s no more left (although the movie comes out soon….) There’s no doubt that I enjoyed reading them, not for their literary value (I don’t need to add […]