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A modern medical missionary – Andrew

8 April 2020
From his childhood Andrew Browning had set his heart on becoming a medical missionary in the darkest corners of the world – listen to what God did with that child’s desire.
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Easter Myths

6 April 2020
Was the story of Jesus’ final days a fiction, cobbled together from a range of earlier myths. Did Jesus actually died on a cross, and, if so, was it part of his own plan or just a tragic failure. And, of course, what can be said about him rising from the dead?
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Evangelism In A Skeptical World

Become their go-to chaplain

3 April 2020
It’s not just telling them the Gospel. It’s about becoming your friend’s go-between for issues that sit between this world and the next. Right now you may still be looking at evangelism as a one-off event where we tell our friends the Gospel – that big event we build up to where we finally say what we need to say, right? But Sam Chan, City Bible Forum evangelist and author, says that conversation is usually the beginning, not the end of your journey with someone.
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With All Due Respect

Discernment in a time of disease

2 April 2020
A special COVID-focussed consideration of the doctrines that should shape our response to the current crisis.
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The Good Vote

The Economy

29 April 2019
Economist Prof Ian Harper joins Tim Costello and Mel Wade to talk about the economy ahead of the 2019 Federal Election. On the agenda: commerce and trade; taxes; Adam Smith; capitalism; morality; national debt; foreign aid; and a biblical vision for the economy.
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Every episode John Dickson explores some aspect of life, faith, history, culture, or ethics that is either much misunderstood or mostly forgotten. Science meets theology, history and the cyber universe, nuclear physics and Christianity in sport. With the help of people who know what they’re talking about, we’ll be trying to ‘undeceive ourselves’ and let the truth ‘out’.


Jenny Salt is a Christian academic, lecturer and sweet-heart with a microphone. Join her on a forty minute journey into someone’s amazing and often unexpected spiritual travels. Missionaries and media makers, scientists and sportspeople, new agers and new migrants – Salt is a chance to enter into the lives of people and discover heart-warming, sometimes challenging and always extraordinary gospel stories.

With All Due Respect

Is it possible to have a deep discussion without it descending into chaos? Michael Jensen and Megan Powell du Toit think so, and want to show the rest of us how to do it. Megan and Michael tackle the most divisive topics of the day in a way designed to help us join in the conversation rather than just take sides. Tune in and examine both sides of the coin – with all due respect.

Evangelism In A Skeptical World

The non-Christians we speak to today are generally post-churched, post-reached and post-Christendom. If we’re going to tell our friends about Jesus, we’re going to need new approaches that take into account who they are, and the world they live in. This six-part super-podcast by Sam Chan, author of Evangelism In A Skeptical World introduces six 15-minute ‘evangelism life hacks’ that will help you give your friends the Gospel in a way they’re prepared to hear it.