Monthly Archives: June 2015

Challenges and possibilities of theological dialogue with the sciences.

Challenges and possibilities of theological dialogue with the sciences. The sciences have a long time tradition where scientists are able to integrate faith as a natural part of their systematic pursuit of knowledge and truth. The sciences owe much debt … Continue reading

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Sermon – The God Who Listens.

I had the privilege to share the message at church yesterday, where I preached from Psalm 116, on┬áthe “God Who Listens.” It’s been a few years since I have preached, and I was chuffed when the only negative feedback that … Continue reading

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May 2015 Biblical Studies Carnival

Dr. Claude Mariottini has posted this months blogging carnival. As usual, there are some good reads he has linked to. There is even a link to my recent book review. May 2015 Biblical Studies Carnival.

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Excuse my soapbox rant. A question to my Christian family.

SMM seems to be the big thing at the moment around the western world. The question I want to ask my family is – how much energy are you spending railing for or against it – and compare that to … Continue reading

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The Shack Has a Roof.

I have been busy. Busier than normal. I plunged into the deep end and took two intensive subjects this semester – which has knocked me about a little. In hindsight, I should have only taken the one subject. The two … Continue reading

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