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Christian Life

Old, Bewhiskered Wimp Who Cannot Stand a Little Pain or Beloved Christian Mentor: Stumbling Through the Valley of Death

There is something of a tradition of Christians facing death and producing significant reflections. So I wondered what might come out of my cogitations over my recent adventures. What has […]

World News

Religious persecution a growing global problem

This article is from The Age, January 19, 2020 “The blood of the martyrs,” wrote the 2nd century Church father Tertullian, “is the seed of the church.” Martyr is the […]

Theology

The Rites of Initiation: Circumcision and Baptism

God has left His new covenant people with two visible signs of His invisible grace: baptism and the Lord’s Supper. Down through the ages, Christians have differed in their understanding […]

Social Commentary

A Straw in the Wind

Moderator’s Comments – Posted 28 January 2020 Stuart Briscoe once noted: ‘Qualifications of a pastor: the mind of a scholar, the heart of a child, and the hide of a […]