Welcome to our new website

by | Sep 15, 2016

Welcome to our new-look CCL website. We hope you find it better organized, better looking, and easier to explore.

The nav bar across the top shows the kind of resources you’ll find on this site to help with the challenge of ‘bringing biblical ethics to everyday issues’. Working from left to right, you’ll notice that we have:

Events

Obviously enough, this is where you’ll find information about our forthcoming public lectures.

Read

In this category, we’ve gathered together all the text-based resources on the site, divided into three sub-categories:

  • The Christian Living Blog will contain short regular pieces, not just from me, but also from College students who are eager to share how their theological studies are helping them think differently about the various challenges of living as a Christian;
  • The Essays section will feature longer articles, mainly adapted from past public events. We have around seven of these essays ready to go, and will be uploading them over the next month or so.
  • The Book Reviews section harks back a few years to when Andrew Cameron first set up CCL. We’re hoping to start adding new book reviews of important books relating to Christian ethics in the not-too-distant future.

Watch

Here you’ll find a growing library of video from our public events, organized by topic, and featuring members of the Moore College faculty.

Listen

In response to numerous requests to make our public lectures available as audio (to listen to in the car or on the train), we’ve gathered together all our current audio files under this category.

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That’s about it. We’d love your feedback on the site—just use the contact form at the bottom of this page to tell us what you think and to make suggestions.

And of course the best way to keep in touch with the increasing amount of new content we’re planning to upload to the site is to sign up for our monthly email newsletter (which you can do in the side-bar).

Our next event:

“The elusive joy of Christian community” with Chase Kuhn and Tony Payne, Wednesday 27 February 2019 at Moore College.

Read. Watch. Listen.

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