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Interview with British Theologian Rev. Dr. Derek Tidball

On the 21st June 2015 Rev. Dr. Derek Tidball was the guest preacher at church, and you can listen to his sermon here.  Derek is a British theologian, sociologist of religion, former Principal of London School of Theology, retired Baptist minister and author of numerous books, the most recent one of which I have read is ‘ 2,819 more words


Re-animating the Scandal of the Cross

This July day-conference looks very tasty indeed!

With thanks to Robin Parry over at Theological Scribbles for flagging this up.

The flyer for this one day event can be seen here. 228 more words



“Now, the catholic faith is this, that we worship one God in Trinity, and Trinity in Unity.”  Athanasian Creed

Robin Parry writes, “We can’t make proper sense of our conversion, of our baptism, of our experiences of God, of our place in the church, of mission, Bible reading or the eternal life God has given us unless we understand them in a Trinitarian way… prayer and worship ….Thinking of the Christian life without Father, Son and Spirit makes about as much sense as thinking of a sentence without words or of a square without four sides.   22 more words


Robin Parry - On Becoming Anglican

Robin Parry is the husband of but one wife (Carol) and the father of the two most beautiful girls in the universe (Hannah and Jessica). He also has a lovely cat called Monty (who has only three legs). 319 more words


Who am I?

I am a Presbyterian minister in NZ. I would consider myself evangelical. I believe in the ancient creeds. I believe there is a triune God. I believe Jesus is the incarnation of the 2nd person of the Trinity. 271 more words

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Evangelical Universalism (5) oxymoron?

The title of this post is the title of Robin Parry’s article in the recent Evangelical Quarterly.

His argument is for a ‘NO’. The two are compatible. 234 more words


Evangelical Universalism (4) biblical material

So to Derek Tidball’s discussion of the biblical material in his answer to the question ‘Can evangelicals be universalists?’ in the  current edition of Evangelical Quarterly… 680 more words