Dr Augusto Zimmermann    The Biblical View of Civil Government    Religious Freedom and the Threat of Secular Intolerance     Religious Freedom and the Threat of Islamic Terrorism – A Critical Appraisal   Dr Augusto Zimmermann LLB, LLM cum laude, PhD (Mon) is a Law Reform Commissioner in Western Australia and Director of Postgraduate Research at the School of Law at Murdoch University. Dr Zimmermann is also Professor of Law (adjunct) at the University of Notre Dame Australia; Founder and President of the Western Australian Legal Theory Association, Editor-in-Chief of the Western Australian Jurist law journal, and a Fellow at the International Academy for the Study of the Jurisprudence of the Family. He was awarded the 2012 Vice Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Research, and has been included in the prestigious Heritage Foundation's ‘Policy Experts’.

Dr Augusto Zimmermann

The Biblical View of Civil Government

Religious Freedom and the Threat of Secular Intolerance

Religious Freedom and the Threat of Islamic Terrorism – A Critical Appraisal

Dr Augusto Zimmermann LLB, LLM cum laude, PhD (Mon) is a Law Reform Commissioner in Western Australia and Director of Postgraduate Research at the School of Law at Murdoch University. Dr Zimmermann is also Professor of Law (adjunct) at the University of Notre Dame Australia; Founder and President of the Western Australian Legal Theory Association, Editor-in-Chief of the Western Australian Jurist law journal, and a Fellow at the International Academy for the Study of the Jurisprudence of the Family. He was awarded the 2012 Vice Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Research, and has been included in the prestigious Heritage Foundation's ‘Policy Experts’.

  Murray Campbell    The Beatitudes for today: Poor and Mourning    The Beatitudes for today: Marginal living    The Beatitudes for Today: Peace and Persecution   Murray Campbell is married to Susan and they have 3 wonderful children. Murray serves as Lead Pastor at Mentone Baptist Church, and he enjoys writing and speaking about the Gospel and culture. Free time is family time, and he loves listening to Bach and Mozart, playing cricket with his boys, drinking coffee, and watching Carlton win the occasional game.

Murray Campbell

The Beatitudes for today: Poor and Mourning

The Beatitudes for today: Marginal living

The Beatitudes for Today: Peace and Persecution

Murray Campbell is married to Susan and they have 3 wonderful children. Murray serves as Lead Pastor at Mentone Baptist Church, and he enjoys writing and speaking about the Gospel and culture. Free time is family time, and he loves listening to Bach and Mozart, playing cricket with his boys, drinking coffee, and watching Carlton win the occasional game.

  Angela Shanahan    Freedom of Religion and Speech and the Threat to both Posed by Mainstream Media   Angela Shanahan is a Canberra based freelance journalist and mother of nine children. She has written regularly for The Australian for 18 years, The Spectator (British and Australian editions) for over 10 years, and formerly for the Sunday Telegraph, the Sydney Morning Herald and the Canberra Times. For 15 years she was a teacher in the NSW state high school system and at the University of NSW. Her areas of interest are family policy, social affairs, and religion. She was an original convener of the Thomas More Forum on faith and public life in Canberra and she is presently writing a biography of Paul Ramsay, founder of Ramsay Health.

Angela Shanahan

Freedom of Religion and Speech and the Threat to both Posed by Mainstream Media

Angela Shanahan is a Canberra based freelance journalist and mother of nine children. She has written regularly for The Australian for 18 years, The Spectator (British and Australian editions) for over 10 years, and formerly for the Sunday Telegraph, the Sydney Morning Herald and the Canberra Times. For 15 years she was a teacher in the NSW state high school system and at the University of NSW. Her areas of interest are family policy, social affairs, and religion. She was an original convener of the Thomas More Forum on faith and public life in Canberra and she is presently writing a biography of Paul Ramsay, founder of Ramsay Health.

 
  Dr Sharon Rodrick    Likely challenges for Christians in the West and how We Can Best Prepare   Dr Sharon Rodrick is a Research Analyst at the Institute for Civil Society. She holds a BA, LLB (Hons) (Melb), LLM (Melb), PhD (Monash) and Graduate Diploma in Christian Studies (Australian College of Theology). Sharon has worked as a teaching and research academic for over 25 years, specialising in media law, freedom of the media and property law. She has co-authored a textbook in media law and is published on privacy law, open justice and restrictions on journalists and reporting. She has a longstanding interest in freedom of expression and legal limitations on it and in the protection of freedom of religion in our society.

Dr Sharon Rodrick

Likely challenges for Christians in the West and how We Can Best Prepare

Dr Sharon Rodrick is a Research Analyst at the Institute for Civil Society. She holds a BA, LLB (Hons) (Melb), LLM (Melb), PhD (Monash) and Graduate Diploma in Christian Studies (Australian College of Theology). Sharon has worked as a teaching and research academic for over 25 years, specialising in media law, freedom of the media and property law. She has co-authored a textbook in media law and is published on privacy law, open justice and restrictions on journalists and reporting. She has a longstanding interest in freedom of expression and legal limitations on it and in the protection of freedom of religion in our society.

  Dr John McClean    Conforming or Transforming: The Urgent Need for Deep Christian Thinking   John McClean is the Vice-Principal of Christ College, the theological College of the Presbyterian Church in Sydney. He teaches Systematic Theology and Ethics. He is also convenor of the Gospel, Society and Culture Committee of the Presbyterian Church in NSW and the Church and Nation Committee for the national Presbyterian Church. He is committed to helping Christians know God better, and understand how to live to him faithfully in a confusing and confronting world. He is married to Liz and they have two young adult children.

Dr John McClean

Conforming or Transforming: The Urgent Need for Deep Christian Thinking

John McClean is the Vice-Principal of Christ College, the theological College of the Presbyterian Church in Sydney. He teaches Systematic Theology and Ethics. He is also convenor of the Gospel, Society and Culture Committee of the Presbyterian Church in NSW and the Church and Nation Committee for the national Presbyterian Church. He is committed to helping Christians know God better, and understand how to live to him faithfully in a confusing and confronting world. He is married to Liz and they have two young adult children.

  Dominic Steele    Winning Post Post-Moderns to Jesus   Dominic Steele leads the ministry team at inner western Sydney's Village Church, in the heart of left-leaning, creative, super expensive Annandale.  He's a journalist and broadcaster, the author of 'Introducing God' and 'Ideas that Changed the World'. He's husband to Cathie and father of three.

Dominic Steele

Winning Post Post-Moderns to Jesus

Dominic Steele leads the ministry team at inner western Sydney's Village Church, in the heart of left-leaning, creative, super expensive Annandale.  He's a journalist and broadcaster, the author of 'Introducing God' and 'Ideas that Changed the World'. He's husband to Cathie and father of three.

  Darren Middleton    Lessons from Amos: Doing Justice and Righteousness in the Public Square   Darren Middleton is the minister at North Geelong Presbyterian Church and the Convener of the Church and Nation Committee of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria. He is happily married to Ruth, blessed with seven children, an awesome motorbike and a lazy dog.  

Darren Middleton

Lessons from Amos: Doing Justice and Righteousness in the Public Square

Darren Middleton is the minister at North Geelong Presbyterian Church and the Convener of the Church and Nation Committee of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria. He is happily married to Ruth, blessed with seven children, an awesome motorbike and a lazy dog.  

  Simon Kennedy    A Christian Approach to Political Engagement   Simon Kennedy is married with four young children and attends North Geelong Presbyterian Church. He is a PhD Candidate at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Queensland. He is also a Davenant Fellow with the Davenant Trust, as well as working in public policy research. He writes for The Calvinist International and has contributed to The Spectator Australia, Quadrant, Ad Fontes, and AP Magazine.

Simon Kennedy

A Christian Approach to Political Engagement

Simon Kennedy is married with four young children and attends North Geelong Presbyterian Church. He is a PhD Candidate at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Queensland. He is also a Davenant Fellow with the Davenant Trust, as well as working in public policy research. He writes for The Calvinist International and has contributed to The Spectator Australia, Quadrant, Ad Fontes, and AP Magazine.

  Brett Lee-Price    A Redemptive Approach to (Trans)Gender   Brett Lee-Price serves as the Executive Director of Thinking of God, a ministry which seeks to promote confessional Reformed theology in Australia. He also is part of the ministry team at Drummoyne Baptist Church, a Reformed Baptist church in Sydney. Brett's specialty is Church History, but has a keen interest in Sexuality and experience in dealing with Transgenderism. He is married to Lucy.

Brett Lee-Price

A Redemptive Approach to (Trans)Gender

Brett Lee-Price serves as the Executive Director of Thinking of God, a ministry which seeks to promote confessional Reformed theology in Australia. He also is part of the ministry team at Drummoyne Baptist Church, a Reformed Baptist church in Sydney. Brett's specialty is Church History, but has a keen interest in Sexuality and experience in dealing with Transgenderism. He is married to Lucy.