Our latest episode of Thinking Aloud is out! We discuss the recent controversy regarding EQUIP and complementarianism. Go to the website, Episode 17 – EQUIP and 1 Corinthians 11, or listen right here!
Here’s the latest as we discuss Reformation 500 and the Bible Society’s recent interactions with Hillsong and a brewery… See also my review of Ideas the Changed the World. link to original post on Thinking Aloud
Well this one was particularly fun. James White of Alpha & Omega Ministries has been a good friend for quite a while. I’ve had the pleasure of being on his show a few times and it was great fun to have him on ours! We talked textual criticism and Islam, following on from a conference […]
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 team is back together. We chat about Kamal’s trip the US of A and his thoughts on how they’re talking about sin at Redeemer Presbyterian. Then we canter through the question of what people should answer to the religion question in the Australian Census. Enjoy!
Brett and I sit down and chat with the awesome Dr Patricia Weerakoon (a.k.a. Kamal’s mum) about all things sex.
We had a great time this month interviewing Carmelina Read, one of the driving forces of eQuip women. Her husband Jeff is senior minister at Chatswood Presbyterian where Carmelina also serves, particularly looking after women. We chatted to her about conversion from an Italian Roman Catholic family, the story at Chatswood and her thoughts on complentarianism.
Another really engaging month on the ToGCast as Kamal, Brett and I first get to grips with the challenge to the Sydney Uni Evangelical Union by the University Union and then move on to talk about Christophanies (appearances of Christ) in the Old Testament. Let me know what you think! Oh, and here we are […]
The Thinking Aloud team get together again as we talk about unity; why the Anglican Communion is struggling to get it and what the principles of unity should be for the Reformed. After that, we have a briefer chat about the current questions in Australian society about how we treat asylum seekers. Enjoy!
Yup, it’s the latest podcast featuring your favourite Reformed guys (or at least three of them that you might know). We chat about radicalisation, banning prayer groups, the Reformed heritage of our denominations and how we became reformed. Enjoy…