Dual Citizens # 8 – Valé Shane Warne and International Women’s Day

Here’s the latest episode. What can we learn from the tragic early death of Shane Warne and what’s the very best thing for all women all around the world? https://media.blubrry.com/dual_citizens/p/content.blubrry.com/dual_citizens/Sound.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSS

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Melbourne Theological College Issues Statement Affirming Orthodox Doctrine on Marriage

Ridley College in Melbourne have issued a statement in the form of an open letter affirming the Biblical doctrine of marriage. The statement marks a significant contribution to the current Australian Anglican conversation on marriage brought about by the unilateral decision of Wangaratta Diocese to approve a liturgy for the blessing of persons in a […]

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Review: Ideas that Changed the World

It can’t have failed to get your notice that this year we celebrate the 500th anniversary of what is widely considered to be the beginning of the Reformation (with every respect to Wyclif, Hus, Zwingli etc.); the nailing of Luther’s 95 Theses to the door of the church at Wittenburg. The question for many churches […]

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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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A Cessationist’s Affirmations

This from an excellent article by Frank Turk of the Pyromaniacs on charismatic excesses. Well worth taking the time to read through and consider. What I like so much about it is that it draws the right balance – it does not deny God’s ability to act in miraculous ways but correctly challenges the claims […]

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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.   http://gafcon.org/audio/jensenwestminister.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSS

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Reformation Day. Every Year. Every Day.

Today is Reformation Day, the anniversary of that momentous occassion when Martin Luther nailed the 95 Theses to the door of Wittenburg Church. There will, today, be reams of posts written across the Reformed blogosphere (and elsewhere, no doubt) on this subject. We'll keep banging on about how important this stuff is and others will […]

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