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Do Statistics Really Matter? Census Musings

October 2, 2019 | CareyBC

Today at church I was reminded of the awesomeness of Jesus. This shouldn’t be surprising as I am a part of a church where Jesus is always preached. Sermons are bibilical, faith-building and...Read More

Pohewatia in Israel and Jordan

October 2, 2019 | CareyBC

  “Travel sparks our imagination, feeds our curiosity, and reminds us how much we all have in common.” Deborah Lloyd This rings so true. Our group started as strangers, but we soon bonded...Read More

Information on Measles Outbreak

September 5, 2019 | CareyBC

From 1 January 2019 to 4 September 2019 there have been 991 confirmed cases of measles notified across New Zealand. 821 of these confirmed cases are in the Auckland region. Measles is...Read More

Protecting Ihumātao

August 16, 2019 | CareyBC

Ihumātao is an issue of our times. It is a significant moment in the history of our nation and for Carey Baptist College, located just a few kilometers from the settlement of Ihumātao, it is...Read More

Small Town Farming and Theological Study?

June 5, 2019 | CareyBC

  Studying theology full-time at Carey in Auckland was a far cry from Janet Scarrow’s beef and sheep farm in Raetihi, but it has been a journey she likens to building a wall brick by brick....Read More

Post-Easter: Still into Redeeming Violence

June 5, 2019 | CareyBC

Writing just a few weeks after Easter, I hope to revisit the Easter tradition in this article, and ask, what does the redemption of violence at the Cross have to say to us as we grapple with the...Read More

How to Discern Prophecy?

June 4, 2019 | CareyBC

Whenever I teach my Prophets course, a burning question that students have is how we might be able to tell false prophecy from true. Although not all churches and Christian traditions believe...Read More