Tag: nathan brown

Imagine undoing racism

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

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”. 

New children’s book brings the early church to life

Published by Signs Publishing, Outside the Gate tells the story of Rhoda, the servant girl remembered in Acts 12 for leaving Peter standing at the gate after his miraculous release from prison.

Pandemic-fatigued churches still adapting to disruption

Three books by Dr Peter Roennfeldt have offered ideas to churches and leaders through the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Dr Roennfeldt, the newest of these books “is even more relevant now than when first released as a free ebook in November last year.”

Outsiders

Among the various characters in the story of the birth of Jesus, I have a soft spot for the magi. I have imagined them as learned men who don’t fit with the more provincial characters in Jerusalem, but who are puzzled and disappointed by the unwitting ignorance and self-interested plotting they encounter.

Book review: The Table I Long For

Presented as a personal story, The Table I Long For has a narrative momentum that carries the reader through the theological reflections about the nature of the church and mission in our communities today.

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