Monthly Archives: April 2014

A Part Gospel is still a Compromised Gospel…

The story of the blind men and an elephant implies that one’s subjective experience can be true, but that such experience is inherently limited by its failure to account for a totality of truth. Over the past few weeks, I have been reading the Bible and reflecting on what the gospel of Jesus Christ is […]

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The King Jesus Gospel: The Original Good News Revisited

We live in a world where the understanding of the gospel has been defined by the traditional model of evangelism in which the focus has been on making decisions rather than allowing people to experience the gospel before submitting to the Lordship of Christ. New Testament Professor, Scot McKnight, takes a brave step in his […]

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My Uncle – Singapore’s Champion for Human Rights and a Voice for the Disabled

On 18th April 2014, I was in Singapore to celebrate my uncle’s 80th birthday. Over the years, my uncle, Ron Chandran-Dudley, received many awards, both nationally and internationally. His energy and devotion to protect the human rights of people with disabilities have led to major policy changes, thus improving the life of people with disabilities […]

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Don’t make me an extremist!

Whilst I was at school and later in the military, I had many friends who were Muslims. I enjoyed hanging with them and we could talk on any subject and still leave as friends. Whilst in Australia, I spent a month working with Middle-eastern Muslims in Sydney. They were very hospitable and peace-loving people and […]

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Evangelism after Christendom – A Book Review

As Christianity continues to decline in New Zealand, I have been spending time reflecting on what it means to be salt and light in a post-Christian society. Stone, in his book, Evangelism after Christendom, explores what Christian witness could look like in post-Christendom. I chose this book to see if Stone offers anything to the […]

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The fundamentalists have got it wrong again… (Part 2 of my response to the movie Noah)

I went to see the movie Noah with my family last night and was left wondering if I saw the same movie as the religious conservatives have been commenting about this past week or so. One thing I have learned is that religious fundamentalists are an unforgiving bunch of people. If the law is broken […]

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