The Gospel promise of Psalm 2 is that even though the world rebels Jesus is still King, so Christians can confidently take refuge in Him. Christians are facing hostility, but through God’s blessing HRLA helps those who courageously speak to the lost in a decaying culture.
If the LGBTQ demographic wish to truly live life to the full, its members need to hear the Good News about sexuality and identity. Woke churches need to wake up to the Gospel and take it seriously. This is the “lived experience” of the speaker’s own journey saying YES to King Jesus.
Restoring the Rule of Law in Australia | Prof Augusto Zimmermann
The ‘rule of law’ operates as an umbrella term for legal-institutional mechanisms that protect the citizen against the arbitrary power of the State. This decade’s governments have violated these by adopting extra-constitutional measures that undermine the inalienable rights of the citizen, but th...
Hearts, Minds, & a Nation’s Laws | Maryka Groenewald
Christian disengagement from societal conversations has created a gaping void, allowing false ideologies to thrive. The alarming changes we’ve seen have come about strategically and incrementally. It’s now time for us to reengage, realign and discern the battle in prayer.
Government or God: Who will you serve? | Topher Field
In an age where Christians have grown comfortable with the relative freedom and trustworthiness of governments since Federation, have too many of us started to confuse the ordained bounds of civil authorities with entities deserving devotion normally reserved for God Almighty?
The Remnant: more important now than ever | Dr Rocco Loiacono
The Old Testament prophets proclaimed the importance of the faithful Remnant who lived and handed on God’s Law to future generations: serving the world through living its spiritual life in adoration of the Father. No matter how dark the days, God is faithful, and His remnant is enough to change t...
A Christian Critique of The “Voice” | Dr Stephen Chavura
In the absence of explicit Biblical authority on important public issues, Biblical wisdom and Christian virtue must be brought to the debate, and Christian charity extended to differing conclusions. So what then can be said in favour or against this important, national question?