With the 500th anniversary of the Reformation approaching… * Where does that leave us in the 21st Century? * How does it help with the different issues and challenges we face now? * What does it mean to be Protestant today? We’ll be tackling these issues and more at TOGCON, Thinking of God‘s annual ministry […]
In it’s latest “this week around the Diocese” the Anglican Diocese of Newcastle in NSW draws our attention to a “fabulous Pride Mass”: Regular readers of davidould.net will recognise Archdeacon Rod Bower of Gosford who attended the mass outside his own archdeaconery and preached. Also pictured with the Ven. Bower are Jane Trigg who […]
A quite excellent documentary by Sally Phillips. Make a cup of something and spend the time watching this.
On Saturday 8 October 2016 the Sydney Morning Herald published an article by Elizabeth Farrelly, “When the Anglican Church can’t follow it’s own code” which took my writing contrary to it’s context so as to present me as putting church politics over and above the proper handling of child sexual abuse in the church. Farrelly took […]
The latest edition of the Australian Church Record is out. Lots of good material including some articles on marriage, church planting and the place of Christian faith in the public sphere. Grab your copy now [pdf].
We’re back with another episode, this time chatting with Hefin Jones about the discussion amongst complementarian evangelicals over the question of the eternal (or not) submission (or otherwise) of the Son to the Father. Heavy stuff? Perhaps, but we’ve worked hard to help you get your head around it…
The Anglican Diocese of Sydney’s synod has just opened with a service at St Andrew’s Cathedral and then moved to it’s main site to hear the President’s address (given by the Archbishop). sydneyanglicans.net report Archbishop Glenn Davies, in his Presidential address opening the 2016 Synod, or Parliament, of the Anglican Church, has spoken of Sydney’s […]
This posted up on the Perth Diocesan website Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ I have returned from long service leave. In God’s providence it was good to have this time away. I was grateful to have the opportunity to meet with members of the Diocese in recent weeks. I am grateful to each of […]
Thank you to everyone who got in touch to let me know I got named in today’s Fairfax piece by Elizabeth Farrelly, “When the Anglican church can’t follow its own code” originally titled “When the Anglican church has forsaken it’s own values”. I’ll let the reader decide for themselves what they make of the article. […]
from the Global South website Many in the world view Christianity as a Western religion. But even as its center of gravity shifts to the African continent, few are aware the degree to which Africa shaped the Christian mind. Even in Africa this lesson can be missed, but the Anglican Global South made sure its […]