The Gospel in a pluralist society The Gospel in a pluralist society

Lesslie Newbigin was a bishop in India who then moved to England to help with a church. This cult...

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Canberra Men: Free from Guilt and Stuptidity Canberra Men: Free from Guilt and Stuptidity

Last month I attended the Canberra Men's Christian Convention for maybe my seventh time. That...

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Some things I have learnt from Mark Driscoll Some things I have learnt from Mark Driscoll

So Driscoll has stepped down from his position as lead pastor of Mars Hill. This will have some p...

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Technology presentations Technology presentations

Two years ago I gave a little presentation on smartphones at my church for a skill share day. I m...

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My testimony as a story My testimony as a story

One of the extra curricular activities I have volunteered for is to help with the IT stuff at my ...

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Crazy Busy Crazy Busy

Last month was the first time since May 2007 that I didn't post on this blog (I bet you didn'...

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Death has not been defeated... yet Death has not been defeated... yet

Last night I saw that a Facebook friend's Dad passed away. In the last month two other people ...

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Infant Baptism in Reformation History Infant Baptism in Reformation History

What follows is a section of a rough draft of an essay that I had to write on infant baptism. The dr...

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Preaching and Hearing the Psalms in Canberra Preaching and Hearing the Psalms in Canberra

I don't normally plug events on my blog, but I'm trying not be too legalistic about this. If...

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