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The Beauty of Christ

September 22, 2015

-By Joshua Parker- In this day and age, the words ‘beauty’ and ‘Christ’ don’t seem like words that you would use in the same sentence. However, as we will see, beauty is actually a very fitting word to describe Him. The concept of beauty indicates something that is attractive or Read More...

To Jew and Gentile

August 4, 2015

Acts is the greatest missionary story of all time. -Andrew Stewart- Many of us enjoy missionary stories. We are gripped as we follow the exploits of missionaries like William Carey, John Paton or Jim Elliot who did heroic deeds in exotic places and saw the gospel spread into the dark corners of Read More...

We all like sheep

July 10, 2015

Our straying meant Christ had to die. -Peter Hastie talks to Gerald Bray- Jesus did not sin, but on the cross He became sin for us. What does this mean? In this interview Dr Gerald Bray explains and defends the traditional Christian doctrine of the atonement. In recent times this Read More...

The Master Weaver

June 25, 2015

For now, we see only the tapestry’s tangled underside. -Philip Burns- “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love Him, who have been called according to His purpose” (Romans 8:28) All of us struggle with doubt, wrestle with issues and at times feel the Read More...

Perfect prize

June 23, 2015

Many Christians underestimate what Christ won on the cross. -Mark Powell- A few years ago now my brother-in- law pulled me aside and asked me privately about a question he had been struggling with for quite some time. He said, “I know that Jesus died on the cross to take away our sins and Read More...

A divine declaration

June 15, 2015

But the heavens need some help to reveal the divine Creator -Mark Harwood- “The heavens declare the glory of God” pronounces the Psalmist, “the skies proclaim the work of His hands” (Psalm 19:1). Few of us have not been in awe of the stunning beauty of the clear night sky with its Read More...

No middle man

June 12, 2015

Adam was the first man, not a stepping stone. -Jared Hood talks to Peter Hastie- Dr Jared Hood is lecturer in Old Testament and academic dean of the Presbyterian Theological College of Victoria. He holds Master’s degrees from the Australian College of Theology and Westminster Theological Read More...

Salvation PtyLtd

June 5, 2015

Jesus died for the company of the elect – and only them. -Bill Medley- Did Jesus die for all, or only the elect? The debate often comes down to an impasse because words like “all”, “many” and “world” can have different meanings depending on context and interpretation. There are Read More...

Moral monster?

June 3, 2015

Who is the God the Old Testament portrays? -Richard Belcher talks to Peter Hastie- Dr Richard Belcher Jnr is the John D. & Frances M. Gwin Professor of Old Testament and Academic Dean at the Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte, North Carolina. In 2014 he visited Australia to Read More...