SPD leaders respond to Annual Council compliance vote.
Kiwi or not, sports fan or not, almost everyone has heard of the All Blacks. But, as Maritza Brunt discovered, what makes them so successful actually has a lot to do with one simple principle . . . (Fundamental Belief #14)
Unpacking two main arguments against the trinitarian view of the Godhead.
In an historic agreement, all nine of the Australian conferences and the Australian Union Conference (AUC) have united together with the aim of transforming the Church, advancing the Church’s mission and exploring potential changes in its entity and governance structures.
Dr Elizabeth Ostring explores “the most sublime, but often difficult to understand, teaching in the Bible”: the trinity. (Fundamental Belief #2)
Dr Norman Young unpacks the two words that have influenced our laws, shaped our attitudes, excused terrible abuse on countless wives and condemned the apostle Paul as a woman-hater.
What’s more important: uniformity or diversity?
“The best days of the Reformation lie ahead,” writes Dr Barry Harker.
Church membership in Papua New Guinea continues to soar, thanks in no small part to the power of reconciliation.
Spoiler alert: The following review may reveal some details from the movie. A United Kingdom is based on a true story but you’d be forgiven