His response to a letter i had published in The Age a few months back.
What I find refreshing is his honesty. He avoided the usual vitriol (given and recieved by both sides).
For those who can't be bothered cheecking the link:
Some letters responding to The Age article:
Believers - or not?
SO 54 per cent of Australians believe Jesus rose from the dead. I am astonished that the percentage is so high. What suprises me even more is that these numbers have not translated into more people following Jesus.
If the resurrection of Jesus Christ happened in history, something I am convinced of, how is it that so many Australians believe it is irrelevant to everyday life? It's like believing in the discovery of penicillin and yet refusing to use it.
Pastor Murray Campbell, Mentone
Hmmm I have to say I heartily agree with this pastor. So many people out there profess belief in all sorts of incredible stuff like ghosts, alien visitations, psychics, reiki, etc but in the next breath reveal they've never been sufficiently interested to research them. WTF?? If I was convinced in one of these things, I'd be obessively trying to find out as much as I could about them, and trying to discover what it could do for me. I mean such things if true would have earth-shattering impact!!
Question? With newly found common ground, what next? Rainbow snake if you're out there still I'd like to hear from you. I'd be interested to know.