In The Moon is Always Round Jonathan Gibson has given us a fine gift – the tragedy of the stillbirth of his daughter turned into a book to help children process suffering. Illustrated beautifully by Joe Hox, Gibson takes us through the story of that loss through the eyes of his son Ben, using the […]
What a great little argument – really liked it. Well, until the very last line from the girl in the chair. The correct answer, of course, is, John 1:18 No one has ever seen God, but the one and only Son, who is himself God and is in closest relationship with the Father, has made him known.
I’ve just finished a sermon series in Job at Glenquarie Anglican. Job’s a deep book, full of challenging thoughts and big questions and answers. It’s also 42 chapters long but not the sort of book (IMHO) that lends itself to a full systematic exposition. Instead I chose to break it up in the following way […]
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