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Ethics

Thinking Christianly about right and wrong.

Sarah Bennington invites us to enjoy the generosity of God in creation and salvation – and to consider the implications for our own lives. 
Michael Reeves and Tim Chester explain the Reformers' doctrine of the grace of God in this extract from their book, 'Wy the Reformation Still Matters'. 
Tony Reinke tells the life story of John Newton, from sin and slavery to Christ and ministry. 
Natalie Brand warns us away from laziness, discouragement, and wimpiness and recommends delving deep into gospel truth – whether you're a woman or a man. 
Emma Scrivener shares some of her experiences with an eating disorder, its effects on her, and the power of vulnerability. 
Kelly Kapic explores the themes of suffering and justice in the context of studying theology, challenging us to make God's concerns our own. 
Hans Madueme explores the fall of humanity and the doctrine of original sin – challenging our underlying assumptions about reality. 
Simon Gathercole examines Paul's theology of atonement, focusing on the theme of substitution. 
Alistair Donald addresses the frequently asked question of faith and science. 
Lincoln Harvey outlines a theology of sport, showing it to be a celebration of humanity as God's unneccesary-but-meaningful creatures.