Author: Bruce Morrison

Transformation from Death to Life 3: the Greatest Enterprise

This article is part 3 of 3 in the series Transformation from Death to LifePeople want to save the world Social commentators have recently noticed that people – particularly young people – seem to be moving away from crass selfishness – see, for example, this Huffington Post article, and this Forbes report. More and more people don’t want to just live for themselves. They want to make a difference, to live for something greater. So, they spend a lot of time, energy, and money trying to save the world. They volunteer to help the poor and needy through medical work,...

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Transformation from Death to Life 2: the greatest miracle

This article is part 2 of 3 in the series Transformation from Death to LifeIn today’s scientific world, we don’t talk much about “miracles”. When we do, we often mean something wonderful, but not actually supernatural – like a “miracle cure” of a disease, or the “miracle” of a child being born. In my previous post, we looked at how humanity’s pressing problems of evil and death are an outworking of our spiritual problem of rejecting God. We also saw how God himself has fixed this problem, and reconciled us back to him, through Jesus’ death and resurrection. Our...

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Transformation from Death to Life 1: The Greatest Problem

This article is part 1 of 3 in the series Transformation from Death to LifeSurprised by evil and death Australians don’t tend to be great philosophers. We live in such a beautiful, productive, wealthy country, we can afford to push the bigger, deeper issues of life to one side, and just live for the moment. Were happy to pay off the mortgage, go on holidays when we can, and watch Netflix when we can’t. But from time to time, evil and death poke their ugly heads into our lives in a really challenging way that we can’t avoid. It...

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