Kevin Dennes is a founding member of the church or ecclesia that meets at Riverwood. He was born between the wars during the Great Depression and became a Christadelphian just after he was married. He shares his story with us on Wilderness Conversations.
Ron Cowie lives in Adelaide and is a member of the Christadelphian church or ecclesia at Enfield. Ron was in Sydney recently presenting a series of studies entitled, “Life under Gods Holy Law” One of the criticisms of the Bible and in particular the Law of Moses is that it has a poor view ofContinue reading “Life under Gods Holy Law – Ron Cowie”
Gary Steel lives in Sydney and for many years has been a member of the Christadelphian Church or ecclesia at Riverwood.
Over the last few years, Gary has been thinking and speaking about Faith in a world that doesn’t believe. Recently Gary did a talk entitled “The Philosophy of Faith”. What does Gary mean by Philosophy and what does it say about faith?
Andrew Bramhill lives near Birmingham and since 2011 as been the editor of the Christadelphian magazine. Andrew joins Wilderness conversations and talks about the work of the Christadelphian Office.
In late November 2020, the Change or Suppression (Conversion) Practices Prohibition Bill 2020 was introduced to the Victorian Parliament.
What does this bill mean for people of faith?
Christopher Kelly lives in Melbourne and for many years has been a member of the Christadelphian Church or ecclesia at Canterbury. In his day job he is a forensic accountant specialising in fraud investigation.
Recently Chris wrote an article that was published in two parts, in the November and December Christadelphian magazine. The article was entitled, The Trinity – A Colossal fraud.
We speak with Chris on Wilderness Conversations.
Colin Byrnes lives in Sydney and for many years has been a member of the Christadelphian Church or ecclesia at Castle Hill.
A couple of years ago Colin published a book entitled “God Christ Man Woman”
In the introduction he writes “This is written by a Christadelphian for Christadelphians but anyone else is a welcome reader. It was born out of the evangelical feminism that began to seriously bite in various churches in the early 1980s. It was inevitable that this would soon have an impact on the Christadelphian movement. Male leadership has been the norm since the inception of the movement and continues to be so. However, a small minority of brothers and sisters in the ecclesial world has challenged male leadership.”
Colin speaks with Wilderness Conversations
Kel Hammond lives in Sydney and for many years has been a member of the Christadelphian Church or ecclesia at Yagoona.
A couple of years ago Kel published a paper entitled “Evidence, Reason and Faith”. He discusses what Faith is on Wilderness conversations.
James Andrews lives in Coventry the United Kingdom – a city about 180 kms North West of London, near Birmingham. James is a member of the Kenilworth Christadelphian church or ecclesia, a town just outside Coventry.
James recently wrote a 3 – part article in the Christadelphian Magazine about David entitled – David a witness to the peoples. It catalogues the vast extent to which David’s life was bound up with not only his own people but by those from the neighbouring nations. The definitive reference to the “tabernacle of David” by James in Acts 15 at the Jerusalem conference suggests that this involvement with people outside of Israel is key to our understanding of Gods plan.
Stephen Hughes was born in London moved to Australia in 1997. He has a PhD in Physics from King’s College London and for some years now has taught physics and maths at the University of Queensland.
Stephen lives in Brisbane and for many years has been a member of the Christadelphian Church or ecclesia at North Brisbane.
Stephen joins wilderness conversations and shares his insights into the extraordinary things we have discovered about the moon in the last few decades.
Last year Phil published a book entitled “Theistic Evolution Refuted”, we speak with Phil to understand what “TE” is and we take a look at it from a biblical perspective.
The senior Sunday School Class at the Riverwood church or ecclesia has 4 students – Noah Mia, Austin and Tyler.
They share their experiences and perspectives of the extraordinary year 2020 yet to be concluded.
“The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire” has a particular interest to the student of the Bible.