Brian Robertson

Brian was born in New Zealand in 1959, moved to Australia when he was five, and has lived in Queensland ever since. He was raised in a family in which politics was a major focus and the writings of Karl Marx were part of conversations. As a young man, Brian was an atheist, committed to the politics of the Left, and preparing to join the political fray after university.

During high school however, Brian opened a Bible for the first time in his life and encountered the Person of Jesus Christ. He soon began to study for pastoral ministry. He married Caroline in 1981, and has for almost four decades been involved in pastoral work and church planting in Baptist Churches in Queensland.

Brian has a passion for Christian schooling and was instrumental in the establishment of a Christian College in the community in which he lives. He is also President of the Bundaberg Branch of Cherish Life Queensland.

Articles by Brian Robertson.

  • 24 October 2020

    3.4 MINS

    Intention From the creation to the present day, God is for life. He hates death and loves life, and so we should have the same heart for life that he does. Scripture God created man in His own image, in the image of God He [...]

  • 18 December 2019

    1 MINS

    Once a society legalises euthanasia, it is impossible to ensure that every act of euthanasia is, in fact, at the voluntary request of the ill or aged person.   This is evident from research into the practice of euthanasia in Holland. John Keown, a [...]

  • 10 December 2019

    1.5 MINS

    Do a huge majority of Australians really support euthanasia, as is often claimed? Most people do not understand what is meant by euthanasia. It would seem that most people are opposed to the unnecessary prolonging of life and think that a patient – or his/her [...]

  • 6 December 2019

    1 MINS

    My doctor is killing me! Well, maybe not. In a society that values life, doctors are trained to “do no harm”. Unless a doctor is a psychopath or incompetent, or practising beyond his capabilities, I can be confident that my doctor has my best interests [...]