Charles Sherlock, Anglican Priest. St Mark's Review June 2009.
John McClean (teacher of Ethics, Systematic Theology and Christian Worldview at Presbyterian Theological Centre, Sydney) Published in Crucible.
Michael Hill (The How and Why of Love: An introduction to evangelical ethics; Vice Principal, Moore College, Sydney)
David Clyde Jones (Professor of Theology and Ethics, Covenant Seminary, USA; author of Biblical Christian Ethics)
William Heth (author of ‘Jesus and Divorce: How my mind has changed’; contributor to Remarriage After Divorce in Today’s Church)
David Instone-Brewer (author of Divorce and Remarriage in the Bible, and Divorce and Remarriage in the Church; Research Fellow at Tyndale House, Cambridge, UK. www.instone-brewer.com)
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