Bill Muehlenberg

Bill Muehlenberg is married with three sons, and ministers as an apologist and ethicist in Melbourne, Australia. He was one of the main drafters of the Canberra Declaration. Bill has a BA with honours in philosophy (Wheaton College, Chicago), an MA with highest honours in theology (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Boston) and is currently completing a PhD in theology.

Bill is a prolific author and a much sought-after media commentator. He has been featured on most Australian television and radio current affairs programs. Bill teaches ethics, apologetics and theology at several Melbourne Bible Colleges. He hosts his own blog CultureWatch, which features Christian commentary on the issues of the day.

Articles by Bill Muehlenberg.

  • 3 February 2023

    5.4 MINS

    This new volume offers us plenty of help in dealing with various difficulties found in Scripture. If you are familiar with key contemporary Christian apologists, you would know of Paul Copan. I happen to have 22 of his books, and he has written more than [...]

  • 2 February 2023

    7.6 MINS

    This is the central reality of Christianity. There are of course millions if not billions of words written on the greatest event of human history: the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Thus to try to offer just a few moving quotes out of so [...]

  • 1 February 2023

    5.4 MINS

    This is the supreme part of the Christian life. I continue offering some fantastic quotes from the book Whatever Happened to Worship? edited and compiled by Gerald B. Smith (Moody, 1985, 2012). With so many inspiring and moving quotations to be found in the book, [...]

  • 31 January 2023

    5.5 MINS

    These are some of the most important things we can ever dwell upon. The other day I shared this quote from R. C. Sproul: “The point of the exodus was not simply to redeem people from oppression, but to redeem them to something: from slavery [...]

  • 30 January 2023

    7 MINS

    What we must know about ‘tolerance’. Tolerance used to be understood to mean respectfully disagreeing with others. It implied the fact that two people differed on some matter. But today it has come to mean something quite different. Today it means you must agree with [...]

  • 27 January 2023

    6.9 MINS

    Everyone must be aware of the dangers of idolatry. As will become quite clear after reading the following quotes, an idol is anything we put in the place of the one true God. It can be your job, your car, your spouse, your hobby, your [...]

  • 26 January 2023

    6.3 MINS

    How do we understand the role of emotion in the Christian life? We are emotional beings who have very real feelings. But that is not all that we are. We are also intellectual beings who can think, and volitional beings who can make choices. Yet [...]

  • 25 January 2023

    4.1 MINS

    This brief volume by R. C. Sproul is a little gem of a book, reflecting on the purpose of humanity in the light of our glorious God. The noted American theologian and pastor R. C. Sproul passed away late in December 2017 (aged 78). I [...]

  • 24 January 2023

    7.3 MINS

    What we do for God must be done in God’s way and with God’s enabling. We all have gifts and abilities which have been given to us by God. And God expects us to use them for His glory. It may not always be clear [...]

  • 20 January 2023

    5.7 MINS

    Why we should say ‘no’ to the Voice. Australia’s Labor Prime Minister Albanese wants a referendum about including an Indigenous Voice to Parliament in the Australian Constitution. This is to supposedly counter “racism” and the like. While there are many lefties clamouring for this, how [...]