Akos Balogh

About Akos Balogh

Akos Balogh is the CEO of The Gospel Coalition Australia. He is married to Sarah, with three children. Akos was born in Budapest, and was blessed to be able to come to Australia as a refugee in 1981. He came to faith in late high school, through the influence of friends, family, and school Scripture. He went on to study Aerospace Engineering at UNSW, before working in the RAAF for five years. After completing his B. Div. from Moore Theological college, he then had the joy of serving with AFES for six years, at Southern Cross University in Lismore. Akos serves an elder at Southern Cross Presbyterian Church, also in Lismore, and blogs weekly at akosbalogh.com. You can reach him on Twitter via @akosbaloghcom.
17 09, 2021

Christians, Vaccine Passports and Coercion: Part 2

By |2021-09-16T22:18:25+10:00September 17th, 2021|Australia, Fairness & Justice, Faith, Freedom, Leadership, Safety & Security|0 Comments

Vaccine Passports are increasingly controversial among some Christians. This is part two of a two-part series exploring the question of ‘what should Christians think of Vaccine Passports and the Coercing of Conscience?’ You can read the first post here. In this series, I aim to ...read more

14 09, 2021

Christians, Vaccine Passports and Coercion: Part 1

By |2021-09-13T07:41:25+10:00September 14th, 2021|Fairness & Justice, Faith, Freedom, Safety & Security|1 Comment

Vaccine Passports are increasingly controversial among some Christians. Nonetheless, it is important to consider how we should respond to difficult issues. The Ezekiel Declaration Controversy The recent ‘Ezekiel Declaration’ has garnered almost 3000 signatures from church leaders across Australia. It argues people should not be ...read more

31 08, 2021

Emotivism: Why The West is Pro-Gay Marriage Yet Increasingly Anti-Abortion

By |2021-08-27T11:11:25+10:00August 31st, 2021|Faith, Good Books, Identity Politics, Life, Sexual Integrity|0 Comments

The Western world has shifted dramatically in its view of gay marriage. Until early 2012, Barack Obama held to traditional marriage. This was also the position of the Australian Labor party until around that time.[1] Of course, support for gay marriage has grown enormously since ...read more

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