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Meet the Authors
Phillip Jensen is well-known in Australia and the UK as a gifted Bible teacher and ministry visionary. After many years as the Pastor of St Matthias Church, Sydney, and the Chaplain to the University of New South Wales, he became the Anglican Dean of Sydney.
Under God, Phillip Jensen has recruited and trained many young men and women for full-time gospel ministry, and initiated a number of very significant ministry organizations, including the Ministry Training Strategy and Matthias Media.
He also authored the popular Two Ways To Live gospel tract and The Archer and the Arrow, has co-authored a number of Bible studies and has made several CDs. Phillip and his wife, Helen, live in Sydney and have three adult children (and a growing number of grandchildren)
Kirsty Birkett (Ph.D., University of New South Wales) is a lecturer in Pastoral Counselling and Youth and Children's Ministry at Oak Hill College, London.
Kirsty hopes to see her students develop a passion for Christ and a passion for Christ-likeness in those they minister to.
She has worked for the Universities of New South Wales and Sydney as a tutor in philosophy of science, and in Christian publishing. Kirsty has also been an editor and writer of children's material and was for ten years on the Board of the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students.
Her many publications cover the whole area of relationships between science and religion. She has also written on psychology, feminism and the family for both a popular and academic audience. Including The Essence of the Reformation, Classics of the Reformation, The Essence of Feminism, The Essence of Psychology, and Unnatural Enemies: an introduction to Science and Christianity
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We have just completed this study in our small group. We really enjoyed it. Great questions. Straight answer questions as well as ones for a hefty discussion. You are also able to split the study in two if there isn't enough time. I highly recommend it.