Stretching the Limits of Diversity? Melbourne Diocese has Denier of Christ’s Resurrection as Speaker at Ministry Conference

Melbourne Diocese has always been a genuine smorgasbord of theological perspectives. Conservatives minister in parishes that neighbour with liberal ministers or those openly living in same-sex relationships. As a result there have always been some tensions. The Diocese of Melbourne has been affected by issues that have been debated in the worldwide Anglican Communion. The theological diversity […]

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Free Mohler eBook – The Pastor as Theologian

A great resource from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Mohler has written a short eBook on the pastor’s role as theologian. Here’s the money quote for me: …the pastor must learn to discern different levels of theological importance. First-order doctrines are those that are fundamental and essential to the Christian faith. The pastor’s theological instincts should […]

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So much anger over the Wrath of God.

Bosco Peters’ latest post on his Liturgy website is a great example of a liberal attack on the doctrine of Penal Substitutionary Atonement (PSA), not just for the substance but the manner in which the doctrine is attacked. At our recent synod meeting, one of the songs was Stuart Townend and Keith Getty’s In Christ alone with […]

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Peter Jensen “the issues that face us”

Audio from a talk given by Peter Jensen from the GAFCON Westminster meeting. Well worth listening to as a clear explanation of where conservatives in the Anglican Communion understand the main faultline to be – not sexuality but something far more important, the gospel itself.   Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | […]

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Doug Wilson: Why Anglicans Matter

Great little article [pdf] by Doug Wilson in The North American Anglican: In other words, what the Anglicans did [in the 17th Century] mattered very much to those outside the Church of England. Their differences were great, but for those disposed to look for it, the commonality was greater. And while circumstances alter, and the current landscape looks very different in many […]

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