With Christmas approaching, our pastor preached on Jesus as Saviour. After all, this is what is announced at Christmas time. “Today in the town of David a Saviour has been born; he is the Messiah, the Lord” (Luke 2:11). Both Mary and Joseph receive separate instructions that he is to […]
A series about digital summaries of Christianity Last time I asked if forgiveness is the best story we have to tell, and now I want to show you three bite-sized versions of what we believe. Each one has a different angle, with its own pros and cons, and each one […]
He breaks the power of canceled sin, He sets the prisoner free; His blood can make the foulest clean, His blood availed for me! This classic hymn is all about the problem of sin, and its solution, the great Saviour Jesus. It’s a real celebration song, and when Charles Wesley […]
My Nanny died last weekend. I was in Adelaide speaking at a conference so I got to see her the night before. We’re currently in Adelaide for the funeral. My family ended the death notice in the paper with my Nanny’s own self description, that she was ‘Completely His’.
I’m a Christian who happily accepts mainstream scientific reflection on natural history. So, how does a “theistic evolutionist” like me deal with their personal set of curly questions? Here’s how Mikey put the question yesterday: It’s hard to process millions of years of disease, death-by-exposure, cancer, crippling mutation and hominids killing each […]