May 16, 2017
The Christian church is often seen as a socially and politically conservative body, preserving the status quo...we even have official state churches in some countries. But Jesus was a radical, even a revolutionary, in all sorts of ways, and he challenged the status quo, finally getting crucified by the authorities. He had some extraordinarily hard-hitting things to say to rich people and about the use and abuse of money, and about sharing resources. Conveniently rich Christians often seem not to have heard what Jesus said! But in our unequal world Jesus is a very relevant voice: he called people to find God's love and to respond to it in practical action.
The talk was given by Prof David Wenham.
May 5, 2017
RZIM Apologist Andy Moore discusses the question of whether the roads we take in life all lead to the same place, or whether the paths we choose make a difference? What difference, in particular, is made by our responses to the claims of Jesus Christ?
December 12, 2016
2016-12-11 The difficult thing that is prayer: some personal reflections
November 24, 2016
2016-07-24 Life can be viewed through various "lenses": A financial lens; attempts to measure all things in terms of monetary value, a functional lens; rates resources in accordance with their capabilities, a space & time lens; focuses on where and when things happen. But arguably it is the relational lens that offers the most relevant insights and the most valuable perspectives.
What would life look like if we saw it primarily through a relational lens?