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How to wound friends and influence people

Sandy Grant will give three talks on "How to wound friends and influence people"
Repeats every week every Thursday 3 times.
Saturday August 8th, 2.16am to Thursday November 8th, 8.30am, Saturday August 8th, 2.16am to Thursday November 15th, 8.30am, Saturday August 8th, 2.16am to Thursday November 22nd, 8.30am
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Sandy Grant will give three talks on "How to wound friends and influence people".

8 November Bearing with one another

15 November Correcting one another

22 November Forgiving one another

Audience: General
Ministry Centre: Sydney

Christianity & Islam

Ian Powell will discuss whether they are the same or fundamentally different
Repeats every week every Thursday 3 times.
Saturday August 8th, 2.16am to Thursday October 18th, 8.30am, Saturday August 8th, 2.16am to Thursday October 25th, 8.30am, Saturday August 8th, 2.16am to Thursday November 1st, 8.30am
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Ian Powell will discuss two of the world's most influential belief systems. Their similarities and differences.

Are they the same or fundamentally different?

18 October How similar are Jesus and Mohammed?
25 October Can both Christianity and Islam lead you to God?
1 November How should Christians and Muslims engage their adversaries?
Audience: General
Ministry Centre: Sydney

What's Christianity ever done for us anyway?

Exploring the impact of the Jesus story on Western culture
Repeats every week every Thursday until Fri Oct 12 2012 except Thu Sep 27 2012, Thu Oct 04 2012.
Saturday August 8th, 2.16am to Thursday September 20th, 8.30am, Saturday August 8th, 2.16am to Thursday October 11th, 8.30am
Image credits: Cross of light, wayseeker2000, flickr.com

At a time when census figures show a decline in religious belief in Australia, and the most vocal critics of Christianity claim that “religion poisons everything”, Simon Smart argues that the Jesus story has had a profound and irreplaceable impact on Western Culture.

Is the move to discard our Christian past a sign of growing up? Or do we stand to lose more than we realise in the process?

Join us at CBF Legal as we consider Christianity’s contribution to life in the West.

Audience: General
Ministry Centre: Sydney

Pride comes before a fall. Really?

What would you die for? What are you living for?

What would you die for? What are you living for?

Our answers to these questions lie at the heart of our motivations, and shape our lives at work, home, and play. Al Stewart and Ian Powell consider the wisdom and insight that the Biblical writer Daniel sheds on these questions.

Is there scope for Sharia law in Australia?

Are there limits to religious freedom in a secular society?
Repeats every week every Wednesday and every Thursday 2 times.
Saturday August 8th, 2.16am to Wednesday October 10th, 1.45pm, Saturday August 8th, 2.16am to Thursday October 11th, 1.45pm
The Forum

Are there limits to religious freedom in a secular system? How do we resolve differences between religious and state laws? The Forum removes the veil on this delicate matter and explores different visions for our future.

Please join us at 1pm on Wednesday October 10, at Angel Place, and on Thursday October 11, at St Andrews cathedral, Chapter House.

Audience: General
Ministry Centre: Sydney

Is there scope for Sharia law in Australia?

Are there limits to religious freedom in a secular society?
Saturday August 8th, 2.16am to Wednesday October 10th, 12.45pm
The Forum

Are there limits to religious freedom in a secular system? How do we resolve differences between religious and state laws? The Forum removes the veil on this delicate matter and explores different visions for our future.

Please join us at 12 noon on Wednesday October 10, at the Greenwood Hotel.

Audience: General
Ministry Centre: Sydney

What would you die for?

Topics from the book of Daniel

Topics from the book of Daniel.

Islam and peace?

Questions you can't ask in public

Many Australians see Islam as an alternative way of finding peace. Ian will discuss this from a Christian perspective.