Book notice: Reading Ephesians and Colossians After Supersessionism. In Ephesians and Colossians, Paul wants his readers to grasp the implications of the early gospel-preaching mission—a mission that began among God’s ancient people Israel, and expanded to the nations round about.
I’ve written this brief book to help Christians to speak the gospel of truth in love in the online world, drawing on Paul’s letter to the Ephesians.
A brief biblical exploration of the way the gospel shapes the speech of every Christian as they confess Jesus Christ with their mouth.
Book – Lionel J. Windsor. Paul and the Vocation of Israel: How Paul’s Jewish Identity Informs his Apostolic Ministry, with Special Reference to Romans. BZNW 205. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2014.
The panel is taking submissions until 14 Feb 2018. I am deeply concerned that we should be protecting the religious freedoms of all. Our legislators and decision makers should never assume that a particular religious faith can be defined simply by looking at the most vocal opinion-shapers within that faith.
Christians, in the face of opposition and strife – “Whatever happens, conduct yourselves in a manner worthy of the gospel of Christ.” – Philippians 1:27
The “passion translation” of Romans has significant problems, especially with its claim to be “translated directly from the Greek and Aramaic texts”.
The outline for a presentation at the MTS Mission Minded conference 2017 for a panel discussion titled “Complementarian Ministry in Light of Eternity”
Deuteronomy chapters 9–11 don’t just tell us what grace and love mean. They show us what grace and love mean – by telling us a story.
A big thanks to the ABC for publishing my recent article about a hot topic in Australian political and social life: The Bible and Same-Sex Marriage.
William Loader’s scholarly article contradicts the claims made by Robyn Whitaker in her ABC news article, even though she cites Loader.
Bronwyn Windsor offers proofreading services for spelling and grammar, academic style, tone and flow of argument, and biblical references.
My recent talk on Ephesians 1-2 for the Rural Bible Network is now available at the Gospel Coalition Australia website.
Here are some Bible talks on Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians. For each of the 6 chapters in Ephesians, I outline and apply some of the key points.
A link to the PowerPoint for the paper I am giving today at the Moore College Justification Summit
James 3:1 says that “we shall receive stricter judgement”. Often people assume “we” is referring to teachers. But what if it’s referring to all Christians?
When it appears in the Bible, “speaking the truth in love” (literally “truthing in love”) means far more than just “saying true things in a charitable way”.
We live in a world that constantly judges us by how well we perform. But we are justified only by faith: a truth to live by, and to proclaim to the world.
How much of your life is taken up by the quest for security? Jesus has been giving people deep and lasting security, for two thousand years and counting.
In this CCL podcast episode, Tony Payne talks with Phil Colgan and Lionel Windsor about what exile means in the Bible, and what difference it all makes.
This world is our God-created home, and yet it’s also not our home. How are we to understand this tension, and how are we to live and minister in light of it?
A short history of the Katoomba Christian Convention, by Paul Innes. The Youngs’ 1903 vision to share the Scriptures continues today.
My trusted system includes various structures for sustainable sacrifice in Christian ministry. How does this trusted system work for me in a typical week?
Paper for the IBR at the SBL Annual Conference 2016: “Remember that you were once Gentiles”: Making memories in Ephesians and Barnabas
The paradoxes of social media can make speaking Christianly online quite a challenge. What’s the way forward?
‘Ministry’ in Ephesians 4:12 does not mean ‘service’; it is fundamentally a matter of ‘bringing’ the saving gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ to people.
My weekly review enables me to approach the week as an arena of opportunities to serve God and others; rather than as a minefield of formidable unknowns.