BST blog

What is the Insider Movement?

For a Muslim to convert to Christianity—especially in Muslim-majority countries—it comes with severe consequences including being ostracized from their family and community or at worst, being killed for their new-found confession in Christ.

Read more

Making theological and missiological sense of Muhammad

Who is Muhammad and is he a prophet? In the Islamic faith, Muhammad is a highly revered holy figure. But how much do we really know about him?

Read more

New book released: Contextualization of the Gospel

Rev Dr Andrew Prince’s book, ‘Contextualization of the Gospel: Towards an Evangelical Approach in the Light of Scripture and the Church Fathers’, is now available.

Read more

God alone is faithful

About 30 years after Jesus’ death and resurrection, the Apostle Peter wrote to believers scattered across Roman provinces—what we now know as modern Turkey (1 Peter 1). These people were suffering some persecution as a result of their faith in Christ. This part of the Bible has its twists and turns, but it doesn’t take long to read on and find out how it ends. By this stage, Jerusalem had not yet fallen; more persecution was to come for the believers.

Read more

Library appeal 2017

Over the years, we have built up a strong library of resources at Brisbane School of Theology; and it’s not restricted to students. Our library is open to the public throughout the week, and it’s a valuable resource for pastors, former students, Bible teachers and people who simply want to sink themselves a little deeper into God’s word.

Read more

Library resources for holidays

Do you need something to read over your holidays? Why not have a look at our DVDs or fiction and inspiring biographies collections? There is something for everyone at Brisbane School of Theology’s library.

Read more
Page 5 of 45« First...34567...102030...Last »