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Bible Mission Update 2022

As God’s children, what is the primary thing that God calls us all to do? We’re all called to go into the world and spread the Gospel to all creation- to make God’s Word known to all peoples (Mark 16:15).

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The Voice of Tradition

Author: Dr. Roland Chia In The Future of Evangelical Christianity, Donald Bloesch expressed his anxiety over the perceptible theological immaturity of the evangelical Church. “Modern evangelicalism”, he writes, “is confronted with the embarrassing fact that its special emphases reveal considerable theological

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Smart Phones and Not-so-smart Persons?

Author: Rev. Dr. Andrew Peh Apple officially released the first iPhone on June 29, 2007, and with almost ten upgrades later, it has brought about significant changes in our lives.  In tandem, the development of the Android smartphones, has revolutionised

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Imitatio Christi

Author: Dr. Roland Chia In their book, As Iron Sharpens Iron, Howard and William Hendricks emphasise the importance of spiritual mentoring before the idea became fashionable in evangelicalism. Stressing the cruciality of this work of spiritual direction in the Church, they

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The Dangerous Distortions of Dominion Theology

Author: Dr Roland Chia In their interesting study published in 2018 in the journal Sociology of Religion entitled ‘Make America Christian Again: Christian Nationalism and Voting for Donald Trump in the 2016 Presidential Election’, Andrew L. Whitehead, Samuel L. Perry and Joseph

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Covid Vaccines and Abortion

Author: Dr. Roland Chia The roll-out of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in March is seen by many as a welcome boost to efforts to get the world immunised against the Covid-19 virus. Unlike the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, which

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Teach Your Children Well

Author: Dr. Roland Chia In arguably one of their most iconic songs, the folk rock group of the 1970s, Crosby, Stills and Nash, offers this perennially sound advice: “Teach your children well, / Their father’s hell did slowly go by.”