Archbishop Ben Kwashi
- Written by Chris Appleby
Archbishop Ben carried out a national speaking tour for EFAC in July, speaking to over 1000 people at meetings in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. His talk to an EFAC Gathering in Melbourne can be heard here.
Understanding the Bible: Ancient Text, Contemporary Reader
Hear Bp Glenn Davies lecture on this topic, recorded in Brisbane, here.
The video of Glenn's lecture in Tasmania in September 2010 can be viewed on our events page
For a higher definition DVD of the Lecture fill out an order form here
2008 National Conference
The EFAC Conference was held from September 10- 13 at Ridley Melbourne, saw more than 200 people from around Australia come together to look at, "Discipleship the Heart of Mission." Speakers included: Bishop Graham Cray from the UK, Archbishop Peter Jensen, Kanishka Raffel and Rev Dr Evonne Paddison. Apart from these main sessions, there were a range of 15 workshops, networking meetings and on the Friday night, our conference dinner! Thank you to all who participated, it was a very encouraging time for all.
Talk 1- Bp Graham Cray
Talk 2- Bp Graham Cray
Talk 3- Bp Graham Cray
Talk 4- Bp Glenn Davies
Lecture given by Rt Rev Ray Smith, at the Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry, Ambridge, PA in December '00 on the Essentials of Anglicanism.Introduction
I want to share with you today seven defining essentials of Anglican Evangelicalism. These essentials Anglican Evangelicals share with other Evangelicals irrespective of their denomination or Christian group.
There may be those who claim to be Evangelical but do not endorse all of them. Some who do not call themselves Evangelicals will subscribe to some or perhaps even all of them, but will not necessarily give them central place in their system of belief. This latter group may emphasize and give a more prominent place to other beliefs.
1. First Essential: The Holy Scriptures (2 Timothy 3:16, 17).
The first Evangelical essential is the absolute supremacy assigned to the Bible as God's written word and the only rule of faith and practice, the only test of truth, and the only judge of controversy. (Ryle, Knots Untied, p4) The Bible is inspired (God breathed); inerrant (free of error); infallible (true).
The Bible is perspicuous. Its message is clear and plain to the sincere and humble reader.