This year’s Men Meeting the Challenge conference theme was about opportunities and challenges for sharing the good news of Jesus Christ online. Since my book Gospel Speech Online is all about this topic, I’ve provided a link to purchase the book here.
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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”.
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.
The paradoxes of social media can make speaking Christianly online quite a challenge. What’s the way forward?
Ephesians helps us come to grips with what Christian speech is all about, and how that affects our speech in the online world.
A brief biblical exploration of the way the gospel shapes the speech of every Christian as they confess Jesus Christ with their mouth. Now available as an ebook.
Learning to Speak Christian in an Online World. Lionel Windsor & Tony Payne. Thursday 17 March, 7.30pm. Moore College, 15 King St Newtown
Leigh Windsor’s explanation of the biblical message about Jesus, why it matters and how to respond.
A brief biblical exploration of the way the gospel shapes the speech of every Christian as they confess Jesus Christ with their mouth.
This book is a critique of a missiological principle that the church today must “prioritize evangelizing Jews over Gentiles”.
In my book, I argue that in Romans 11:1, Paul is claiming Israel’s future is guaranteed because Israel’s divine vocation is in fact being fulfilled by an Israelite (i.e. himself).
I used to think that Romans 10:14-18 was about the (mostly failed) Christian mission to Jews. I was wrong. After closely reading this text, I now think it’s about Paul’s mission to Gentiles.
In my book, I argue that the mention of the “mouth” alongside the “heart” is a key to Paul’s argument about the nature of salvation.
Lecture 3 in the UNSW Campus Bible Study Easter Lecture Series 2015: “Jesus Christ and the Revolution of Identity” You are what you do? What do you do? That’s a question people often ask you when they meet you for the first time, isn’t it? They want to get to know …
A sermon about the importance of speaking the gospel of Christ, based on Romans 1:1-6.
A sermon preached at St Augustine’s Anglican Church, Neutral Bay.
A sermon preached at St Augustine’s Neutral Bay
We’ve got to move beyond the question, “Is every Christian an evangelist”? I had a go at moving the issue forward in my series of articles and talks entitled “speech and salvation,” focussing mainly on Paul’s letters. Tony Payne in a recent Briefing article addresses the same question in a more comprehensive and …
I preached this sermon recently at St Michael’s Anglican Cathedral, Wollongong. Right now, St Michael’s is engaging in a concerted effort to promote conversations about Jesus! People are being asked to complete the sentence, “Jesus is _______.” How would you fill the blank? The sermon grew out of my study of …
I recently led a series of talks and discussions at our church’s weekend conference. I’ve put the whole conference together here into one package for others to use (it would work with a small group or a larger church group). To kick off, I started with the question, “Are all …