Author Archives: Peter Corney

Peter Corney

About Peter Corney

Peter Corney is an Anglican minister who trained at Ridley College Melbourne. Currently he is vicar emeritus at St Hilary's Kew, where he continues as a teacher and occasional preacher. He is involved in training and mentoring young emerging leaders with the Arrow leadership Program. His interests are the relationship between Christianity and Culture and the implications for evangelism and discipleship. He is married to Merrill with three married sons and six grandchildren.

CULTURE CLUB

This is a paper I presented recently at a discussion/mentor group for a small group of younger clergy and youth workers new in ministry, called “Culture Club” “How should the Church respond to rapid and major social and cultural change?” … Continue reading

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Women, Men and Ministry by Peter Corney

Women, Men and Ministry by Peter Corney The following takes a ‘meta theological’ or overall Biblical narrative approach in trying to answer the question – ‘What are the big Biblical ideas that help us to find our way in these … Continue reading

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Teaching the Bible in State Schools and a Significant Anniversary

      Teaching the Bible in State Schools and a significant anniversary –2011 is the four hundredth anniversary of a key influence on English, Australian and American culture. By Peter Corney This year marks the 400th anniversary of the … Continue reading

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Why is some evangelical preaching so boring? By Peter Corney

Evangelicals have rightly always placed a high priority on preaching and in particular expository preaching, the expounding and explaining of the Bible. We do so because we believe in the authority of the Word of God for our belief and … Continue reading

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