The latest edition of Anglican Unscripted has all the usual great stuff including news of meddling in the Tanzanian Primate’s election, fallings out in Jersey and a brand new Pope and Archbishop of Canterbury. Oh, and an interview with me. Here’s the show. If you want to jump straight to my bit then click here.
Here’s the audio from today’s Dividing Line. Had a great time talking about the usual Anglican stuff and then abortion. The links to the 2 articles/commentaries that we discuss are here and here. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS
This morning I recorded a short interview for the Australian Christian Lobby‘s Political Spot – a daily interview that’s syndicated on a number of Australian Christian radio stations – on the subject of Reformation Day and it’s impact. Here’s the audio… ack, I mis-stated one thing! In the discussion on James I say “Justification by Faith” […]
From 22:30 I talk with Kevin about Gay Marriage inside the church and out, in Australia and the UK.
The AU boys are back, and I’m back too – talking about the Gippsland stuff. My part starts at 36:30 straight after the clone. But it’s all worth watching…
Another Anglican Unscripted is out. I talk about the House of Bishops Protocol at 22:40.
Looking forward to giving a talk next week at Sydney City Bible Forum (CBF) on answering the New Atheists (the topic is “Answering Dawkins”) and, in particular, on some alternate responses to what was discussed on last Monday’s Q&A show here in Australia. One of the nice things that CBF are doing is video trailers. Here’s […]
Anglican Unscripted is a great weekly vodcast. This week they got me on to talk about Gippsland. It was a lot of fun. I’m on from 23:20. The clone spouts nonsense from 37:43 😉
some of you will know that (the desert metropolis of) Phoenix, where we currently are, is the home of Alpha and Omega Ministries. We're inviting their director Dr James White out in October to speak at our church weekend away. I took the time to visit him this afternoon and ended up stumbling into his […]
I got interviewed this afternoon for a short article in Eternity newspaper, “The Next Step for Breakaway Anglicans“. I think I'd want to offer a few tiny observations: I'm not convinced we should call GAFCON “breakaway”. The people that have broken away from Anglicanism are those that have rejected its historical doctrinal positions. Also, at […]