The Official Blog of Moore College's Faculty
Here, at least monthly, new ministry and mission thinking articles will appear from our faculty members.
We asked Moore's principal Dr Mark Thompson what he thinks people should look for in a theological college. He came up with this blog post. It is useful for you, your friends or loved ones, if you or they, are considering further training to be more equipped for ongoing ministry and mission in whatever context.
Moore College exists for one reason: to see Christ and his gospel proclaimed in all the world. We want everyone in this city to hear what God has done in Christ and have an opportunity to respond … more
The wife of the second Bishop of Sydney lived her life to the glory of God, writes faculty member Jane Tooher
Jane Sophia Barker (nee Harden) was born in England in 1807. On 15 October 1840 she married Frederic Barker who at that time was serving as a rector in Liverpool, England. They had no children and … more
Faculty member Andrew Leslie explores the final judgment or evaluation of our Christian faithfulness and obedience on the last day.
One of the more perplexing dilemmas for many evangelicals is the spectre of a final judgment or evaluation of our Christian faithfulness and obedience on the last day. Our present assurance of … more
What should we do when Christians can't agree, asks Moore College faculty member Archie Poulos.
Disagreement and division amongst Christians is both surprising and at the same time, to be expected.
The opening paragraph of Ephesians 4 oozes with unity – one body, one Spirit, one … more
What happens to Christians after death has been debated for centuries but the Bible's answer is clear writes Peter Orr.
The children’s bedtime prayer from the 18th Century is very familiar even if not many children pray it today:
Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray the Lord my soul to keep, If I die before I … more
The sureness of Christ's rising at Easter changes everything for those who believe writes Ed Loane
As the season of Easter has come and gone we may often feel disappointed and overwhelmed by the crass commercialism and blatant trivialisation of this sacred Christian celebration. How and when … more