By Simon ManchesterSunday 28 Jul 2019Christian Growth with Simon ManchesterFaithReading Time: 1 minute
Many people believe Christianity is an outdated, unreasonable and irrelevant faith – even intolerant and hypocritical. In this 5-part series of sermons delivered at St Thomas’ Anglican Church in North Sydney, Simon Manchester responds to these claims.
Facing up to Disbelief, Part 1: Is Christianity Irrelevant?
Why do people consider Christianity irrelevant? And how can we respond to disbelief? Simon Manchester looks at just how relevant Jesus is to all mankind. Read More
Facing up to Disbelief, Part 2: Is Christianity Intolerant?
Many people think Christianity is an intolerant religion. Is this true? Simon Manchester explores this question and how believers can respond to this claim. Read / Listen
Facing up to Disbelief, Part 3: Is Christianity a Leap of Faith?
It’s a common belief that Christianity requires a blind leap of faith, with no rational thought involved. Is this true? Simon Manchester responds to this claim. Read More
Facing up to Disbelief, Part 4: Is Christianity Full of Hypocrisy?
Is Christianity really nothing but a faith full of hypocrisy? Simon Manchester examines the church’s hypocrisy over the centuries, and responds to this claim. Read More
Facing up to Disbelief, Part 5: Is ‘Good Enough’, Good Enough for God?
Many people hope being “good enough” is good enough for God, and don’t think that much more about Him. Is it true? Simon Manchester explores the question. Read More