Monthly Archive: June, 2015

Theological Diversity in the Uniting Church

Crosslight asked me to write this column for their July issue. There are important, confronting issues in the affirmation of diversity. I thought I’d share it here for those who miss the Crosslight… Continue reading

Gutierrez on Bonhoeffer

In my final Anniversary Message to the Uniting Church in Australia I mentioned that I was going to “fast” from theology from the global north. (You’ll have to see the video to understand why.) Just… Continue reading

Is there a Uniting Church theology?

Given the astonishing diversity within the Uniting Church in Australia, the question just keeps coming up. The Uniting Church actually set out to be quite unremarkable theologically – just Christian, as authentically and… Continue reading

A national consultation on remote area ministry – my introductory remarks

It’s late. I’m in my room after the opening of the fabulous Tongan National Conference of the UCA. But until midday I’d been involved in a national consultation on remote area ministry. It… Continue reading