Commentary: Summer 2016

Welcome to the Summer 2016 edition of Commentary, the twice-yearly magazine of Oak Hill, exploring a wide range of cultural, ethical and theological issues in the light of biblical teaching. Please download or read the magazine below.

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This edition focuses on the impact of change, good and bad, on our times, our society and institutions, and on ourselves. Kirsty Birkett looks at how and why gender is becoming fluid in modern culture. Fiona Gibson shares how she mourned her mother’s death in the midst of a busy public ministry. Ray Porter asks what is the relationship between dictatorship, democracy and the gospel? In a special feature, three pieces by Mike Ovey look at ‘compulsory ignorance’ in theological debate, Malala and Magna Carta, and the key relationship for developing great preaching.

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