Takanini Community Church in Auckland are hosting a Towards Belief event with this blog’s Matt. Towards Belief follows Australian pastor and host, Karl Faase as he travels to the UK, USA and Australia to interview more than thirty leading authors, speakers and academics as they seek to defuse the top belief blockers of our time. This […]
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November 22nd, 2015 1 Comment
October 29th, 2015 No Comments
Recently Matt spoke at Orewa Community Church, as part of their series on “Questions People ask”. His three talks: “How can there be just one religion?”, “How does God allow suffering?”, and “Hasn’t Science disproved Christianity?” are all available to listen online to here.
April 26th, 2014 4 Comments
The traditional conception of hell understands the punishment of the finally impenitent to be conscious eternal torment. The punishment of hell is eternal in the sense of it being of unending duration and it involves conscious torment. Annihilationists, on the other hand, argue the traditional view is contrary to scripture. They contend that, in scripture, the […]
November 12th, 2013 No Comments
This blog’s Matthew Flannagan has been invited to speak at the 12th Annual Apologetics Conference of the Evangelical Philosophical Society in Baltimore, USA. The theme of this year’s conference is Reasonable Faith in an Uncertain World. Matt’s talk is titled “Morality and God’s Commands: Answering Common Objections.” The blurb for Matt’s talk is as follows: “It is […]
September 13th, 2013 1 Comment
This blog’s Matthew Flannagan will be speaking at Massey Presbytarian Church’s Night Church Service on the topic “Is it Narrow-Minded to Think Jesus is the Only Way?“ Details are: 7:00pm (come at 6:30pm to grab a meal from the Night Church cafe) Sunday 29 September 2013 Massey Presbyterian Church 510 Don Buck Road, Auckland, New Zealand […]
March 31st, 2013 2 Comments
Matt preached the Easter Sunday message at Takanini Community Church this morning. Listen to his message “Contemplating the Resurrection Accounts” online or download it as an MP3. (Read Matthew 28:1-15 first.) Related post: Good Friday: The Ritual of Contemplating the Cross