This blog hasn’t been written for more than a year because of some questions over its function and purpose. The Facebook page that used to be linked to it was voluntarily taken offline due to this uncertainty. However it will continue to receive occasional posts like this one and they will be syndicated via converser.nz… Continue reading Evangelical view of sexuality questioned
Our revised statement appears below. This has been updated to address new focuses for our present and forthcoming ministry. We are excited to see new developments and opportunities for the development of our ministry that we believe are starting to open up. This section is divided into two parts: a generic evangelical statement of faith,… Continue reading Revised Statement of Beliefs and Principles
This afternoon in New Zealand, the Government introduced the Abortion Legislation Bill into Parliament for its first reading. We watched the debate live on national TV. Our position is that we feel there is little need for this legislation, but the issue is just one of a number of issues loosely termed “reproductive rights”. This… Continue reading NZ Abortion Legislation Bill
This is an interesting commentary in the New York Times about purity culture and the potential harm it causes. A key point is that many churches still teach some form of purity culture, because nothing else has come along to fill its place. Evangelical teaching on sexuality is still largely derived from what we inherited… Continue reading Opinion: How Should Christians Have Sex?