Too many of us, believers and unbelievers alike, go through life pretending to be God. Moses in the Bible is a great example of this. Continue reading “Pretending to be God”
By: Michael McQueen
We all consider ourselves to be fairly sound judges. When faced with problems or challenges, we tend to trust our judgements and rely on our estimations, believing that we are immune to the biases and mental manipulations that others experience.
Continue reading “How’s Your Judgement? Here’s 3 Patterns You Might Recognise”
By: Jenny Snook
I read a survey recently about how Christians are known to be the most judgmental people in society.1 What a tragic report card. How can a religion based on grace be known for judging others? Continue reading “How Christians got to be the Most Judgmental People in Society (and What to Do About It)”
By: Brittany Ann
According to this study conducted by Barna Group, 87% of 16- to 29-year-olds believe that that present-day Christianity is judgmental.
By: Akos Balogh
Australian Rugby star Israel Folau has found himself in hot water. As an outspoken Christian, he put up a post on Instagram showing us how God’s plan for our lives is often different to our plans. Someone then posted a comment, asking the question: ‘What was God’s plan for gay people?’. To which Folau replied: ‘HELL…unless they repent and turn to God’. Continue reading “5 Reflections From the Israel Folau Media Storm”
By: Sam Chan
So … the Australian cricket team has been caught cheating. Tampering with the ball – with yellow (what were you thinking?) sandpaper – so that the ball swings in the air, making it unplayable for the South African batsmen. Continue reading “Australian Cricket – All Balls but No Brain – What Were You Thinking?”