What is joy? And how can it be God’s gift to suffer for Christ’s sake? Join New Testament scholar Paul Barnett as he explores these questions while encouraging us to praise the one who promises to finish the good work he began in us
Zechariah is a powerful Old Testament text that displays some of the most remarkable prophecies about Jesus.
Written by the Sydney Diocesan Doctrine Commission to address human sexuality and the 'Same Sex Marriage' Debate from a Biblical standpoint.
Paul Barnett assesses the historical evidence for the existence of Jesus; the truthfulness of the Gospel accounts; and the plausibility of the historical case that can be made for the rise of Christianity as a result of Jesus’ ministry.
If you’re training to be an athlete, you’ll no doubt have a daily workout or regime. So, how do you train to be godly? By devoting yourself to the word of God and being disciplined in allocating time to its study and meditation!
Written in John Dickson's characteristically non-technical and readable style, this book urges the reader to become more than mere spectators when approaching the religions of the world.
Church of the Triune God explores the work of the Trinity in the Church today
Common Prayer is a resource for gospel-shaped gatherings in the evangelical Anglican tradition.
The New Testament states that at a certain time and place, God became human and lived among us. Even more, it claims that his death, resurrection and return have eternal significance for every person. Paul Barnett presents the evidence for these claims in this newly revised edition.
In these 40 daily devotions, David Mulready explores the three letters of John, and the call of Jesus' followers to walk in truth and love. Studies for Lent and other times.
Published every year, the Lectionary includes the Calendar with readings and Psalms for Holy Communion and Morning and Evening Prayer from the Australian Prayer Book.
This lively, accessible book highlights society's most influential voices - including New Age, Secular Humanism, Relativism and Postmodernism.
This lively, accessible book highlights society's most influential voices - including New Age, Secular Humanism, Relativism and Postmodernism. Readers will be rewarded with a way to process the complex messages of our 21st century world and an understanding of how these relate to a Christian worldview.