Reformers Blog — Interview

Reformers Interview: Not Home Yet with Ian Smith

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

Watch our full interview with Ian Smith, principal of Christ College here.   Not Home Yet: How the Renewal of the Earth Fits into God's Plan for the World by Ian K. Smith       Interview Transcript TE: G'day, Tom here from Reformers Bookshop with another Reformers Interview. Today we're here at Christ College with Ian Smith. Thanks for joining us, Ian. IS: Good to be here. TE: Now you're the principal here at Christ College in Sydney, can you tell us a bit about Christ College and what you do here? IS: Sure, so Christ College trains people for all forms...

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Reformers Interview with Sam Allberry

Posted by Thomas Eglinton on

Reformers Bookshop sat down with Sam Allberry, author of 7 Myths About Singleness and the best selling Is God Anti-Gay (as well as the lesser known Connected: Living in the Light of the Trinity). We were joined by Sam Wan from AP (ap.org.au).

Find out about Sam's new book, what Sam's favourite book was to write, thoughts about what we still need to think through regarding Same-Sex Attraction and the Christian as well as some tips for reading.

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Reformers Interview: Flip Michaels author of 'Five Half-Truths'

Posted by Thomas Eglinton on

My book is aimed in two directions: evangelism and discipleship. It is evangelistic, in that, I believe we all have people in our lives who have not heard the whole truth concerning the fundamentals of our faith (the Bible, Christianity, God, Christ, and Faith); and they need these five truths unveiled for them. Discernment is sorely needed in our culture today, as we have learned to disguise our lying with half-truths. A half-truth is a two-faced lie. There is a motive behind its telling, where something has been left out by the teller to deceive the hearer.

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Reformers Interview with Rico Tice

Posted by Thomas Eglinton on

You are well known as an evangelist and yet, the first words you wrote in your book Honest Evangelism were “I find evangelism hard”. How do you keep yourself motivated to tell people about Jesus? I was much helped by Bishop Frank Retief from South Africa, who made his clergy put a mission statement at the top of their year planners. It was simple but clear: People without Christ go to Hell. Bishop Retief ’s call was for us to organise our diaries around that statement. I sometimes read through what Jesus says about Hell in Matthew’s Gospel: Matthew 5:22,...

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Reformers Interview with Tim Chester (together with The Gospel Coalition Australia)

Posted by Thomas Eglinton on

Reformers Bookshop sat down with author and pastor Tim Chester and David Ould from The Gospel Coalition Australia to chat about Tim's latest book 'Enjoying God' and Tim's upcoming book 'John Stott on the Christian Life'.

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