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Check out this interview with Darrel Block (Research Professor of New Testament Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary) about some of the tests historians apply to ancient documents to assess their reliability, and then holds the stories about Jesus’ resurrection up to that standard.
Simon Smart writes “As we hurtle through December each year there are fewer nods to the original heart of Christmas, the baby born in a manger. Occasionally you might get a card with a nativity scene wishing you “peace and joy”.
Archbishop Glenn Davies has written to Anglican Churches to “not only to pray for these victims of persecution, but to step up and be prepared to do whatever is within their power to provide a warm and generous welcome, coupled with practical assistance, to ensure that those who come to find safety in Australia are…
Both our Friday night groups, our Kids’ Club – Splash and Y0uth Group – Mac Youth, will be starting again on the 24th July. Click for more information.
“For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sake he became poor…” 2 Corinthians 8:9 (NIV) Jesus was born into ordinary Palestinian village life, worked with his hands, spent about 3 years on the road, called people to return to God rather than get caught up in the things of this…
The Archbishop of Sydney’s Anglican Aid has launched an appeal to support emergency relief in Nepal following the earthquake which struck the area between Pokhara and Kathmandu on Saturday, 25 April.
John Dickson, a noted historian, reflects on the implausability of a man from Galilee becoming acknowledged as the most significant figure in world history.
Simon Smart writes “How do we make sense of our existence and our lives that, despite all out striving, our dreams, our anxieties and small triumphs, all end in the same place? How do we avoid despair when we ponder the ultimate fate of everything and everyone?”