NZ Rail Maps: New Zealand Rail Maps Project Development Report – September 2021

First published on NZ Rail Maps Read More Good morning and welcome to the project development report for September 2021. In the past month, the main focus has shifted to the North Island Main Trunk volume, Volume 2. When this is completed it is expected to become the first volume that will appear on the… Continue reading NZ Rail Maps: New Zealand Rail Maps Project Development Report – September 2021

Christian Converser: Conservativism vs Humanitarianism In Church Theology [2] : Narrow & Broad Churches

First published on Christian Converser Read More The narrow church / broad church paradigm fits pretty well with the conservative/humanitarian theological split. Conservatives tend to prefer working within their own limited sphere of similar theologies within the Church as a whole, whilst humanitarians are generally more disposed to outreach and working with people from across… Continue reading Christian Converser: Conservativism vs Humanitarianism In Church Theology [2] : Narrow & Broad Churches

Christian Converser: Conservativism vs Humanitarianism In Church Theology [1]

First published on Christian Converser Read More For decades, perhaps centuries, it was taken for granted that the wealthy and powerful of society were aligned with conservative political interests. This expectation has been largely captured in old-school political parties like the Tories in the UK, Republicans in the US, and in New Zealand, the National… Continue reading Christian Converser: Conservativism vs Humanitarianism In Church Theology [1]