One of the best pieces of advice I ever received about preaching was to first write out the passage by hand.
“How many sheep are outside, how many wolves within!”
Do you remember how before the redefinition of marriage people were saying that nothing would change, as well as how any mention of a ‘slippery slope’ was fear-mongering?
It’s time for Christians everywhere to grow a backbone and stop being “evan-gelly-fish”.
So, there was a ‘conspiracy’ after all?! It’s just that, according to Time, the collusion was warranted because Trump was such a tyrant and as such, the very foundations of democracy were at stake.
Really, Karl… you’re going to lecture a rugby league player on not hurting other people’s feelings?
I came across a tweet recently, which quite literally, made me gasp, and unfortunately would without question, cause many people to be really angry. In the midst of the incessant stream of inane—and often deeply offensive—social comment was this:
While Christian Porter has delayed the introduction of the Religious Freedom Bill until 2021 due to COVID-19, the Attorney-General Jill Hennessy has sought to make hay while the sun shines.
As if 2020 couldn’t get any scarier, or more bizarre, there is an increasing body of credible evidence of voter fraud in the recent U.S. election.
What is becoming increasingly clear is that there’s still a possibility that Trump could win the U.S. election.
Regardless of who finally wins the US Presidential election, one thing is for sure, the polls got it wrong. Again! Or, did they?
What will the NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian, be remembered for when her political term is finally over?
Many people are saying that they can’t vote for Donald Trump because of his character, implying that Joe Biden is completely upstanding.
2020 has been an incredibly difficult year. But of deeper concern, than even COVID-19, is the growing threat that Critical Race Theory—popularly expressed as being ‘woke’—has had upon much of Western society.
How Mike Pence conducted himself in the recent vice-presidential debate with Kamala Harris has reaffirmed my confidence in Western democracy.
It seems like someone owes Cardinal Pell—and the Roman Catholic Church of Australia—an apology.
This week’s Presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden signalled a new nadir in public discourse.
In a year of ongoing global protests involving Black Lives Matter, any artwork addressing racial inequality was always going to be popular.
Amy Coney Barrett. That’s the woman who has been given the nod by Trump to be the next Supreme Court Justice, replacing Ruth Bader Ginsburg. At only 48 years-old, this is an appointment that is truly once in a generation.