Conflict Resolution in the Church

‘I’ll sue’ are popular words today, and there are people out there who are ready to help you do it. We are pestered by telesales people who inform us that we have had an accident or some such thing and more than likely we will be able to get some money out of it. Things … Continue reading Conflict Resolution in the Church

Kingdom Justice

Jesus called us to “seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness.” Traditionally in protestant evangelical theology we have made that personal, very personal – about my righteousness, my standing before God etc.. I've preached and taught it that way in the past, but is that what Jesus really meant at this point - I … Continue reading Kingdom Justice

The Wrath of God & Rebellion of Humanity

Revelation is a gripping book. There are heights and there are depths. It shows you the glory of God and the the depths of human sin. It's a book of blessing and of judgment, and a word that frequently occurs is 'wrath' or more specifically the wrath of God, unveiled in the seven seals, seven … Continue reading The Wrath of God & Rebellion of Humanity

Justice

Reflecting on the theme of justice this morning it struck me how justice doesn’t make sense in an evolutionary world. Yet time and time again we here the cry for justice – justice for people in all sorts of varying circumstances. But why? for the evolutionist there is no moral power or authority. Any sense … Continue reading Justice