In the 2000-year history of the church, the issue of "worship" has never been so contentious. Adam Sparks considers why this is so, and what can be done to alleviate the problem.
What is wrong with pre-marital, or non-marital sex, and how can the Pastor address this issue?
Can children be saved? Is there hope if they die in infancy? The Bishop of North Sydney addresses these important pastoral questions.
Graham Beynon examines the relevant Biblical passages and ponders contemporary applications.
Tim Chapman examines the (in)famous Alpha Course and assesses its strengths and weaknesses.
Vaughan Roberts of St. Ebbe's Church, Oxford examines a controversial subject.
Greg Clarke looks at the rise of Harry Potter, Philip Pullman, and all things fantastic...
Minds must be disciplined if they are to be godly and not wander off course. But how?
David Gibson reviews the Passion film by Mel Gibson (no relation!) and questions its usefulness.
Intergenerational tension within the church can often cause trouble. Where does it come from and how can it be addressed?
What we should be about as churches and Christians.
Since the release of Mel Gibson’s Passion film, people seem to think so. Steve Walton looks for the truth.
Peter Sanlon provocatively argues that the great evangelical successes of recent years have actually weakened our preaching.