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Sex, marriage and social change

A sermon by Rod Benson It’s fair to say that, around the world, marriage is in a mess. Many couples today cohabit for years before marrying, or never marry. Married people divorce, as I have done, and some go on to remarry. Same sex couples want to marry each other, and there is strong political … Continue reading

Mark Thompson on same sex intimate unions

In early July 2015, Moore Theological College Principal, Dr Mark Thompson, published a helpful article to aid Christians in their thinking and discourse in the current debate around same-sex marriage. Mark says: ‘My hope and prayer is that this will be useful to God’s people as we work out how to live as faithful disciples … Continue reading

Ethics and conversion

An occasional column by Rod Benson 5 September 2014 Conversion is the central ethical message of Jesus and lies at the heart of evangelical faith and experience. For some, conversion is a slow, lifelong movement of the heart and will toward God. For others, it is a single dramatic experience, a sudden realignment of the … Continue reading