The Author

Mark Baddeley lectures Doctrine at Queensland Theological College in Brisbane. He is married to Jennie and they have two children. He also serves as an elder at Redlands Presbyterian church. Mark is undertaking doctoral work on Athanasius and his view of the atonement. His other research interests include: the doctrines of grace, the Trinity, patristics, and Calvin’s theology. In his spare time, Mark enjoys gardening, board games, reading, obscure TV shows and exploring the possibilities of his BBQ.

“Desiring the Kingdom” – A Review: (5) Disagreement

Mark Baddeley concludes his review of James K. A. Smith’s Desiring the Kingdom (See part 1, part 2, part 3 and part 4).  In my final post I

“Desiring the Kingdom” – A Review: (4) Different Paths

Mark Baddeley continues his review of James K. A.

“Desiring the Kingdom” – A Review: (3) New Perspectives on Lifestyle

In this third installment of his review of James K.

“Desiring the Kingdom” – A Review: (2) New Paths in Anthropology

Mark Baddeley continues his review of James K. A.

“Desiring the Kingdom” – A Review (1)

James K. A. Smith’s Desiring the Kingdom is a
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