Category Archives: Religious

West Port Experiment

While perusing this thread, I recently came across the work of 19’th-Century Presbyterian Thomas Chalmers, as expounded on this blog. While I suspect I’m incompetent to offer a detailed critique at this point, nonetheless substantial portions thereof seem potentially worth pondering.


Leave a comment

Filed under Good Letters, Political, Religion, Religious

Missiological assumptions? – link to post by Michael Jensen

In a post which pleasantly surprised me, Michael Jensen (a son of Archbishop Peter Jensen) herein questions various missiologically-argued practices prevalent (amongst other places) in certain Sydney circles.   In particular, he questions whether an a priori committment to apparent ad-hoc informality of services is fully warranted by missiological research.

Leave a comment

Filed under Religion, Religious, Scripture, Sociology