Does Science Have the Upper Hand?

For me, the power of God was always prominently displayed when objections were raised against Him. It seemed that whoever opposed God, whether their argument was against His existence or His goodness, when all the facts were considered, didn’t have much ground to stand on. However, as I progressed through...

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Christian Hope

Hope. It is what most people build their lives on. If there is no hope, then why do we live? There is no point to living unless we have hope. The dictionary defines hope as “a feeling of expectation and desire for a particular thing to happen.” But the Bible...

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How come if there’s evidence for Christianity, the whole world doesn’t believe it? And other questions, answered.

If you’ve ever heard anything about Christianity, you probably have some questions about it. Here are some common questions, and hopefully helpful answers for you to think through. We’d love you to join us at Lights at 7pm on Fridays to keep wrestling with these questions and personally deciding for...

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LIT Spring 2018

In the first week of last hols, David Turner, David Worton, Anna de Lange, Noa De Jager, Jasmine Eatough, Simon Wilton Will Massey and I (with J Fox and Danielle Worton) spent five days at Leaders in training: an incredible camp at Port Hacking where we explored God’s word daily...

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Do we pick and choose which laws to follow?

Have you ever wondered why Christians uphold laws like ‘you shall not covet’ (Deuteronomy 5:21), while seemingly ignoring laws that prohibit eating pork (Leviticus 11:7) or that command capital punishment for homosexual activity (20:13)? The 39 articles of the Anglican Church recognise a three-fold division in the law: the ceremonial...

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