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“There’s probably no point waiting to the end of the year to award the prize for the worst media monstering of a Christian for 2014. Because the Sydney Morning Herald has published such an egregious story on Dean Phillip Jensen… that any other winning entry is unlikely.”
– Phillip Jensen has been criticised by the media before, and John Sandeman catalogues yet another example.
See also the article in question – The truth behind ISIL – by the Dean.
– report from The Western Advocate.
“Rev Tony Payne has been appointed the director of Moore College’s Centre for Christian Living. The centre, established in 2010 to resource Christians to live as disciples of Christ and to tackle the hard issues of the twenty-first century, will be ‘rebooted’ in early 2015…”
Get the details and book here for the ACL Synod Dinner on Monday 13th October.
Dr Glenn Davies again expressed concern about the wave of persecution in Iraq and Syria, saying Christians and other religious minorities have been ‘persecuted, threatened, dispossessed and in many cases, killed for their beliefs. Those who have survived are in transit camps with few possessions and little hope. Some are not yet safe as it is reported that there are ‘hidden cells’ of terrorists who may be activated and pose a further threat to Christians who have fled the north.’…”
– story from SydneyAnglicans.net.
Update: Abbott urged to lift refugee intake – The Australian.
“Bill Shorten is considering proposals to boost the refugee intake, amid Left faction unrest over military intervention in Iraq. The Opposition Leader’s move came as the Anglican Archbishop of Sydney, Glenn Davies, appealed to Tony Abbott…”
“Bishop Andrew Yatuka Nakamura, the Bishop of Kobe, and his wife will visit Canberra on 16 and 17 September. Bishop Andrew follows in the steps of Bishop Michael Yashiro who came to St John’s on 10 June 1950 and presented a small bamboo cross with the inscription Reconciliation and Repentance at a service.
The Sydney Morning Herald on 10 June 1950 reported the visit, the first by a Japanese leader at a time when the wounds from the Pacific war and its infamous prison camps were still raw…”
– a story of reconciliation from the diocese of Canberra & Goulburn.
The next Moore College Prayer Support Group meeting is on 15th September.
“The Prayer Support Group is a group of women from all over Sydney that meets together to pray for the needs of the College, its faculty, students and staff.”
The Service and Installation will take place on Saturday 29th November 2014 at 9 am in Christ Church Cathedral in Darwin. A Morning Tea will follow in the grounds of the Cathedral.”