Perichoresis Monthly Meetings 2008

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bruceDuring the months of February through to October and December, Dr Bruce Wauchope recorded his sessions at our monthly Meetings.  The Gospel and Mental Health a series that show how the wrong view of the gospel can affect our mental health.  It is a descriptive series that teach how the dualistic and religious approach to understanding the gospel can have a long standing impact on our mental health.  Moving towards a unified approach to the gospel can go a long way in alleviating the pressure that is demanded by the dodgy gospel.  Understanding the liberation of our humanity, spirit and souls brings us to the right place of knowing how much we are loved and this is the way it has been from the very beginning.  It is not prescriptive but has the usual edge and style that is uniquely ‘Bruce Wauchope’ and is very popular by numerous people all around the world.

Bruce Wauchope has a unique insight into describing the fallen mind and how the gospel of Jesus Christ brings real spiritual healing to our damaged souls .  He has had many years of medical and counselling experience in mental health here in Australia. Many admire the manner in which Bruce Wauchope covers our fallen nature and how our lives are lived out within the construct of religion with the mythical G.O.D. construct in our minds.  He shows how the Western mind can obstruct the truth that in Jesus Christ we are loved to the uttermost. Then he moves into how the gospel is the foundation of our repentance, conversion and healing.

The following is a sample video of the first session of twelve in the video series.  To purchase more sessions Click Here


Dr Neil McIntosh – Social Justice & the Trinity
Dr. Neil McIntosh is married to Fay and is Emeritus Consulting Surgeon at Flinders Medical Centre (F.M.C.), having worked there since it opened in 1976. He trained in Adelaide and London, and has practised in F.M.C. and South Terrace till retirement in June 2008. He has been a Lay Preacher in the Methodist Church, and in the Uniting Church since union, and is a member of the Coromandel Valley Uniting Church. He talks blending his experience in medicine and surgery and how it impacts on his Christian beliefs. With such a long career in the field of surgery, there are experiences he witnessed of enormous adversity faced by some people that have only strengthened his conviction.

Dr McIntosh will share his insights as he thinks through the importance of the relevance of social justice in the Light of the Trinity.