Conscience in Action Part 7 (Advocacy)

The final part of 7, a firsthand account of the work of Advocates.
Thankfully we have a number of oral accounts of the personal experiences of brothers and sisters on rcord. Now nearly 20 years on, many of these brothers and sisters have subsequently fallen asleep in the Lord making these recordings a treasured resource indeed.

Conscience in Action Part 6 (Post WW2c)

Part 6 of 7 parts, continuing in the period of 1951 to 1972.
After a short reprieve, after the National Security Act expired on December 31 1946, with development of the Cold War, the Korean War and communist advances in South East Asia the new Prime Minister, R. G. Menzies successfully introduced new legislation to parliament in 1951 which involved conscription.

Conscience in Action Part 5 (Post WW2b)

Part 5 of 7 parts, continuing in the period of 1951 to 1972.
With development of the Cold War, the Korean War and communist advances in South East Asia the new Prime Minister, R. G. Menzies successfully introduced new legislation to parliament in 1951 which involved conscription.
Many had their consciences tested.

Conscience in Action Part 4 (Post WW2a)

Conscience in Action Part 2 (World War 2 part b). In 2007 the AACE – the Association of Australian Christadelphian Ecclesias published a book entitled
“Conscience in Action – – the experience of conscientious objection in Australia”
Thankfully in the couple of years leading up to the publication, a number of oral accounts of the personal experiences of brothers and sisters were recorded. Now nearly 20 years on, many of these brothers and sisters have subsequently fallen asleep in the Lord making these recordings a treasured resource indeed.

Conscience in Action Part 3 (WW2b)

Conscience in Action Part 2 (World War 2 part b). In 2007 the AACE – the Association of Australian Christadelphian Ecclesias published a book entitled
“Conscience in Action – – the experience of conscientious objection in Australia”
Thankfully in the couple of years leading up to the publication, a number of oral accounts of the personal experiences of brothers and sisters were recorded. Now nearly 20 years on, many of these brothers and sisters have subsequently fallen asleep in the Lord making these recordings a treasured resource indeed.

Conscience in Action Part 2 (WW2a)

Conscience in Action Part 2 (World War 2 part a). In 2007 the AACE – the Association of Australian Christadelphian Ecclesias published a book entitled
“Conscience in Action – – the experience of conscientious objection in Australia”
Thankfully in the couple of years leading up to the publication, a number of oral accounts of the personal experiences of brothers and sisters were recorded. Now nearly 20 years on, many of these brothers and sisters have subsequently fallen asleep in the Lord making these recordings a treasured resource indeed.

Conscience in Action Part 1

In 2007 the AACE – the Association of Australian Christadelphian Ecclesias published a book entitled
“Conscience in Action – – the experience of conscientious objection in Australia”
Thankfully in the couple of years leading up to the publication, a number of oral accounts of the personal experiences of brothers and sisters were recorded. Now nearly 20 years on, many of these brothers and sisters have subsequently fallen asleep in the Lord making these recordings a treasured resource indeed.

Jacky Philips – God is near.

Jacky Philips has been a member of the church or ecclesia that meets at Brighton in South Australia for many years.
Jacky was born in the UK during the war and moved to Australia as a young mother and has an extraordinary story to tell.
Jacky shares her story with us on Wilderness Conversations.

By One Man

By One Man is a response to the challenge of Evolutionary Creation, or any view, which proposes that God evolved humans from primaeval life forms as His method of creation and reviews the evidence from both Scripture and Christadelphian writers and concludes that Evolutionary Creation is incompatible with Bible teaching and the Birmingham Amended Statement of Faith (BASF).

The Philosophy of Faith – Gary Steel

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?

Genesis 1-2: A Harmonised and Historical Reading – Peter Heavyside

Peter Heavyside lives in Hong Kong and for many years has been a member of the Hong Kong Christadelphian community.
A couple of years ago Peter published a book entitled “Genesis 1-2: A Harmonised and Historical Reading”
In the preface Peter speaks of three different but related values
First as a defence of the integrity of the scriptures against liberal critical handling which claims to identify historical errors or failures of historical accuracy,
Second as a sound exposition of aspects of Genesis 1 & 2, and
Thirdly as an illustration of how to deal with “problem” passages.
Peter joins Wilderness conversations.

Evidence, Reason and Faith – Kel Hammond

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.