Monthly Archives: July 2010

Christian identity, idolatry and the fruit of the Spirit.

As a Christian and a minister I am totally against the name it, claim it type of theology that permeates through our churches. We hear much teaching about personal blessing based on the philosophy, “ What so ever you desire, … Continue reading

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Working through masculine identity.

Over the last 3 years I have had to work through the issues of identity. particularly, because I am now a 43-year-old male; I have had to work through personal issues of my male identity. I was fairly active, though … Continue reading

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Some thoughts about Huioi being translated as Sons in Gal 3:26

I am reading through the book of Galatians and have been really soaking in the doctrine of grace. This verse is one among many that I am really taking note of. Gal 3:26  for in Christ Jesus you are all … Continue reading

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Depression and the fruit of the spirit

A few years ago it seemed that my life was going great. Then it suddenly imploded. I was struck down with sudden illness which required hospitalisation for 52 days and resulted in loss of mobility and memory. I required ongoing … Continue reading

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King Island council makes a attractive offer

There is a tiny island on the Bass Straight, which is a notorious stretch of water between Victoria and Tasmania.  King Island is famous for its Beef, Cheese and Seafood products and is only 64km long and 27kms wide. In … Continue reading

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Is indifference an emotion?

I have had my two sons the last eight nights during the school holiday period. This week we got up to various activities such as a pizza night, playing totem tennis, went to Ocean World at Manly and spent time … Continue reading

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Inward Piety Must Lead To Outward Piety.

J.R Daniel Kirk authors an interesting blog called Storied Theology. He makes an interesting statement that it seems Christianity is lagging behind the rest of the world in areas such as caring for the environment, and questions if Christianity and … Continue reading

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