this from a discussion about #LWTE on the Whirlpool forums, the bald minister creeped me out a bit no, not that bit (but fair enough), rather this bit: The church goers looked like a bunch of rejects and no hopers. Are these the only people who go to church these days? Yes, exactly. 1Cor. 1:26-31 For […]
This morning I gave a brief interview to the Australian Christian Lobby‘s Daniel Simon on my #LWTE experience. “Anglican Minister David Ould talks about Living With The Enemy”
A helpful chat with Rob Mailer on the regional drive time show. Some good questions and discussions on how our culture views marriage.
SydneyAnglicans.net asked me to write an article about why I went on the show. Engaging with society and culture has always been tricky for Christians. “In the world but not of it” is a helpful guide but what do we do when the world pushes up against us? Is it better to withdraw? Stand our […]
This from the afternoon of Wednesday 3 September with Ben Fordham.
Here’s the video from my interview with Hope 103.2’s (a Christian radio station in Sydney) Katrina Roe.
So what to say? I woke up this morning to an inbox full of responses; facebook tags, twitter responses and a number of emails. Some of it’s great to read, a lot of it encouraging, and sadly a few bits that don’t understand the irony of the accusation of “hatred” given how it’s delivered. So […]
It’s hard when you only hear a few brief snippets to really understand what somebody believes. In particular, one verse has been touted around a lot in the publicity and show. But sometimes hearing the context it’s spoken in can be helpful. Here’s the full audio of the sermon featured in my episode of Living […]
The last few days have been fairly hectic with a good number of radio interviews and prerecords. Here’s what Wednesday’s schedule looks like if you have any interest. from 6:30am AEST, live with 774 ABC in Melbourne. You can listen online here. possibly from 7am AEST, The Dividing Line live webcast (U.S. Reformed Baptist) From around 7:50am AEST, live with 891 […]
fascinating article in today’s smh by Bridget McManus, “SBS’ Living with the Enemy v Nine’s Big Brother: who needs enemies?” exploring where Living with the Enemy fits into the “reality TV” spectrum, In an ironic twist of parallel programming, the reality show that started it all returns to our screens just as a local documentary series […]