Great Southland Revival: A Review by Dr Stuart Piggin

A guest post by renowned Australian Christian historian Dr Stuart Piggin. A New Australian Classic Is this book destined to become a classic in the literature on the Australian Christian experience? Does it so richly communicate the presence of God that the reader is raised above the conviction that we have here testimony only to… Read More Great Southland Revival: A Review by Dr Stuart Piggin

Christians need not apply: on the woke ousting of Essendon’s CEO

Andrew Thorburn was a fan of the Essendon Bombers since his childhood. He is also the former CEO of NAB, one of Australia’s big four banks, making him eminently qualified to be Essendon’s new chief executive. The appointment, said Thorburn, was “one of the proudest days of my life”. But Andrew Thorburn is also a… Read More Christians need not apply: on the woke ousting of Essendon’s CEO

How the Sexual Revolution Won

A summary and review of Carl R. Trueman’s The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self: Cultural Amnesia, Expressive Individualism and the Road to Sexual Revolution. It is bewildering just how quickly sexual morals have shifted, especially in recent years. Only yesterday it seems we were voting on same-sex marriage, and now transgenderism is front and centre. Especially surprising… Read More How the Sexual Revolution Won

UK Chaplain Reported as a Terrorist for Sermon on LGBT Tolerance

Dr Bernard Randall, an ordained Church of England minister, has lost his job as chaplain at Trent College, Nottingham, and has been reported to the government’s counter-terrorism watchdog as a ‘potentially violent religious extremist’ for a sermon he gave telling students they can make up their own minds about LGBT issues. According to Christian Concern,… Read More UK Chaplain Reported as a Terrorist for Sermon on LGBT Tolerance