Our culture’s narrative is that our inner identities are more true and real to us than anyone else can ever access. But in the Bible’s vision our identities are worked out first before our Creator, and secondly in relationship with others. So in an age where identity is becoming more and more insular and subjective, how can the Bible recentre us? Mark Baddeley (lecturer of theology and doctrine at Queensland Theological College) finishes his mini-series, exploring some of these wider ethical challenges that our culture faces today.
As love is vocally championed in our world, more and more people are living lonely lives. So what does the Biblical vision of love has to say to us? How does it speak to the Australian vision of love? Mark Baddeley (lecturer of theology and doctrine at Queensland Theological College) joins us for a two-week series, exploring some of the wider ethical challenges that our culture faces today.