The label “Cultural Marxism” has been used for a while now by some people to describe a particular wave of activism that we’re increasingly seeing across our western liberal democracies. What’s happened more recently is a push back against the label. Critics suggest that its not accurate and therefore not useful, even misleading. So I […]
It seems that the role of every brave (or stupid) blogger is, at some point, to wander where angels fear to tread and make some comment on the hot issue of the day. No issue has been more fiery than the current furnace raging over the question of race and for many Christians there is […]
Here’s the event from earlier today. I talk to former deputy Prime Minister of Australia John Anderson about his Conversations series and what we can learn from it.
Chakra Bowls and Mindful Breathing to bring you into the presence of God.
Syncretism in the Diocese of Brisbane.
Over a month ago we reported on the failed attempt to elect a new Primate for the Anglican Church of Australia. As would be expected, the piece generated a lot of traffic and not a little comment. Much of the conversation was over the hard work we did to get sources from within the meeting […]
The General Secretary of the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Australia has written to confirm that Archbishop Geoffrey Smith of Adelaide has been elected as the next Primate of Australia. Archbishop Smith was elected by a reconvened election panel who met by video conference earlier today. The full text of the letter is […]
In what was described to davidould.net as “a very carefully orchestrated plan”, conservative electors for the new Australian Primate have prevented the election of a new Primate who would not uphold the doctrinal integrity of the Anglican Church of Australia. The conservative strategy, shared with davidould.net earlier in the week, was to go “all in” […]
The Australian House of Bishops have been gathered over the past few days for their annual meeting. Their time together climaxes with the election of a new Primate tomorrow (where they will be joined by 24 lay and clergy electors). davidould.net has been in contact with a number of those present and, while we cannot […]
A number of people have asked me to lay out my thoughts on what is going to happen in 2020 in the Anglican Church of Australia. Others just want to know where we’re up to and what lies ahead. So here’s my update on the lay of the land and the contours I can see […]