Reformation of Prayerbooks: The Humanist Transformation of Early Modern Piety in Germany and England
Author: Chaoluan Kao
Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
By Dr Jim West, Lecturer in Biblical Studies and Reformation Studies at Ming Hua
In this book Chaoluan Kao looks at popular piety at the time of the European Reformations through the study of 16th and 17th century Protestant prayer books. Continue reading Reformation Prayers
Earlier this year, Ming Hua Theological College celebrated its first graduation of students under its partnership with Charles Sturt University. More than 80 students received degrees or certificates. Here are some photographs of the Graduation Ceremony.
The Most Reverend Dr Barry Morgan, Archbishop Emeritus of Wales, reflects on the different perspectives of the four Gospel writers.
The four Gospels give us four different accounts of the Passion of Jesus. Each Gospel writer not only gives his own account of the events leading up to the death of Jesus, so that the details are not the same in each story, but they also see the event of the Passion in their own particular way, bringing their own insight to bear on it. In a real sense, there is not, therefore, just one account of the Passion of Jesus, but four of them. Continue reading The Passion Story