Christian life

The calling of a husband and father

A very important post from Martyn Iles. He is responding to an incident in Brisbane in which a man murdered his estranged wife and their three children, and killed himself.
We've all been shocked by the harrowing incident in Brisbane.

In that vein, here's an intimidating but timely thought for men, especially if married or in a relationship.

When you meet God, as you surely will, you will be held accountable for the condition of the woman in your life.

Is Christianity harmful?

So is Christianity harmful? Dr Chavura discusses this and shows the underlying ideology that promotes these questions, and shows that the church is a force for good, and actually gives positive mental health outcomes. Based on good solid research.


Who is Jordan Peterson and what does he care about?

If you find life hard, watch this video. It will give you a place to start. From a man who really cares about people.


Jordan Peterson on depression

Depression. Very honest and very real, because dr Peterson has suffered from severe depression, and it has had a major impact on his family, for generations. Good insights. Well worth your time to view.


On atomic bombs and virus pandemics

Matt Smethurst writes 'It’s now clear that COVID-19 is a deadly serious global pandemic. Still, C. S. Lewis’s words—written 72 years ago—ring with relevance for us. Just replace “atomic bomb” with “coronavirus.”'

CS Lewis writes,

Ravi Zacharias may be the greatest Christian expositor of the 21st century

Ravi Zacharias has been diagnosed with terminal cancer. Here is a testimony to him and his work, from Robert Knight in The Washington Times. You can read the original article here.

About 15 years ago, Ravi Zacharias spoke at a banquet in Washington, D.C., hosted by Concerned Women for America.

Ravi Zacharias — “A Superb and Gracious Mind”

It may well be that not many Australians have heard of Ravi Zacharias, the Indian-born America-living Christian apologist. However, those who have would know him as a man who had a superb and gracious mind and who had helped an extraordinary number of people — including countless Australians — ‘find’ themselves.

I came to become both a friend and supporter of him and his team over the past eight years. I saw the great need that he fulfilled — sharing, defending and explaining truth in a post-truth world that is losing its way.