Learning about Christianity, the church, Christianity in New Zealand and Christianity’s place in social and moral issues we face today are some of the ways we build and strengthen the Church of Aotearoa. This is why we are making the shift towards categorising and producing content with the objective of helping people understand the role of Christianity both in Aotearoa and globally.
We strive to post articles that are either written by kiwis or are framed to our local and cultural context and are in keeping with a conservative evangelical Christian view.
Someone in the line of the Huguenots—the French Protestants who had to flee from persecution in the 16th and 17th centuries—has shown up to remind us what today’s priorities for Christian witness should be. Introducing Dr Thomas Schirrmacher.
As Christians, we must not be too selective in what we see as unrighteous. In the Word of God, there are many more types of sin we are urged to avoid.
There is currently a housing crisis in New Zealand. Not only has it become extremely difficult for first home buyers to buy their own home, homelessness has grown at a frightening rate.
Glyn Carpenter suggests some appropriate additional clauses Christians could add to the ‘Pro-Truth Pledge’ to help people deal with differing opinions.
There are four broad categories that people fall under when considering the COVID vaccine that are shared by many, regardless of their faith.
Dr Thomas Schirrmacher speaks about the roots of evangelicalism in his inaugural speech as the Secretary General of the WEA.