Author: Nathan Brown

“A place they made up in the Bible?”

We might lament the growing biblical illiteracy in our societies. This is real and no less a relevant concern even within some of our church communities. But we should also embrace this challenge and note the opportunity that comes with it. 

Reinder Bruinsma talks pandemic, books and hope

Dr Reinder Bruinsma is a retired church administrator and academic in The Netherlands, who continues to write and teach. He talked with about his recent book projects, as well as their links to his life and experience.

Book Review: 1922

As the story of a changing church in a changing world, 1922 resists simple answers, but identifies significant questions we are yet to fully confront.

Signs book reaches larger Christian world

Five years after its publication by Signs Publishing, Following Jesus by Dr Peter Roennfeldt is being published for a larger audience by NavPress, a Christian publisher based in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Imagine undoing racism

In the theology of race, there is much work yet to be done and it begins with better theology.

New Record book launched with ABC managers

Like the previous Living 28 collection, this new book compiles the series of articles in a single volume, with added questions for personal reflection or use in small groups, youth groups and classrooms.

Do charity?

Charity is good. It is one aspect of the other action of Micah 6:8, that God also requires us “to love mercy”. 

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