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Should Christians Ever Say ‘Yes’ To War?

It’s a day I’ll never forget. My bus had just pulled in through the gates of the Australian Army’s 1st Recruit Training Battalion, near the NSW town of Kapooka. I’m on board with  40 other eager 18 year old males. We had enlisted together.  And now we had finally arrived – to undertake Army Basic Training. There’s nervous excitement. The action is going to begin, we think to ourselves with youthful enthusiasm.  We’re following in the footsteps of the Anzacs. Sure, we know it won’t be…
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“Seek First His Kingdom”: Christian Wisdom on the Art of Travel
In this day and age, where travelling on a plane is almost as simple as travelling on a train, where travel for many is the norm and now far more financially accessible than it used to be, Stephen Liggins new book, Travelling the World as Citizens of Heaven, comes as a welcome voice into the Christian thought world. Liggins writes the book for those looking to travel abroad, for any period of time that might span a few weeks to a few months; for any number of reasons ranging from leisure to visiting friends to work to short term ministry. Initially,…
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“Seek First His Kingdom”: Christian Wisdom on the Art of Travel

In this day and age, where travelling on a plane is almost as simple as travelling on a train,

Living at the Pace of Grace: A Review of “Reset”

You’re working in pastoral ministry. You’re really busy. You have about 15 hours of work to try to get

“Critical Contextualisation”: Sam Chan’s Guide to Evangelism in a Skeptical World

The recent death of Billy Graham signalled the end of an era—an era of both evangelicalism and evangelism. In

Harrowing and Hopeful: Claire Coleman’s ‘Terra Nullius’

I spent the first third of Claire Coleman’s debut novel, Terra Nullius, thinking that I had heard this story
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