“Professor Peterson has really helped me rediscover meaning. He’s been like pastor Peterson to me.”
Marcus is a young man in his mid-30s, sitting next to me at Dr Jordan Peterson’s sold out Sydney lecture. Like the scores of others present – mostly young men – he has paid $150 and battled Sydney’s congestion to be here.
Perhaps the most striking thing about Billy Graham is his legacy.
We all know of someone who was converted or profoundly touched by Graham’s ministry, especially his crusades.
In a world dominated by virtue signalling and externals, it is not often that the political conversation turns to questions of character.
First the truth was avoided by many in media and public life.
Then it was stymied by claims that one’s private life ought to remain private.
As the incoming Managing Director, it is difficult to put into words the gratitude I feel towards Lyle Shelton for his leadership and courage.
Working in close quarters with him over the last three and a half years, I’ve admired his determination, energy and boundless optimism in the face of immense opposition.
With even five-year-olds now targeted by rainbow activists who want them to think their mum might be their dad, it is timely to reflect on some good in the world.
What do we say to those who feel Christianity has no place in modern Australia? Social commentator and CEO of Olive Tree Media, Karl Faase, has just released a DVD series which looks at how Christianity has shaped our moral roots in ways that even the secular world treasures.
The Australian Christian Lobby is encouraging people to take care in how they fill out the religion section of the census next Tuesday night, August 9.
“A campaign has formed to encourage people to tick the ‘no religion’ box in order to lessen the ‘undeserved’ influence of religion and increase the lobbying power of the faithless,” writes NICK JENSEN
This federal election is the most important election in a generation. And for Christians like you and me, there is nothing less than our very place in Australian society riding on the outcome of July’s vote.
Disagreement over public policy does not mean disrespect or hate for the people one disagrees with.
Sadly there are some who insist ACL’s vision for public policy is hateful of gay people.
This of course is not true.
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