Ross Clifford

Press Service International

Rev Dr Ross Clifford AM is the Principal of Morling College (NSW Baptist) and author of numerous books many of which focus on Christian Apologetics. He is a Vice President of the Baptist World Alliance, President of the Asian Baptist Association, an acclaimed international preacher and speaker, a columnist in many Christian publications, winner of many national and international awards and for many years the Sunday evening Sydney Radio 2CH host. Ross is married to Bev, father and grand father.

  • The Resurrection examined

    Many men and women have found that the message of Jesus’ resurrection satisfied not only their heart but their mind. They gave lives to Jesus. They said the transformation was immediate. It’s the resurrection and its power we celebrate each Easter Sunday.

  • 10 Wonders of the Bible

    A radio interviewer asked me recently why the Bible was so significant for me. I responded by reminding him of the ‘Ten Wonders of the Bible’- only God could bring these things about.

  • When do we bow the knee to Government

    “When Do We Bow the Knee to Government” is drawn from Daniel 6:1-28 and 1 John 2:12-17. It comes from Ross Clifford.

  •  Plant The Cross

    This is a rehash of my 2019 Easter article – we are reminded our need to “plant the cross.”

  • Does your Church have Favourites?

    The church community should be a place of welcome and acceptance for all persons, but it is not always experienced as such

  • Women in Apologetics

    Apologetics is about positively presenting and defending the Christian worldview, with respect to its truth and relevance (1 Peter 3:15). It really is an essential part of the Churches ministry today.

  • At Christmas: Eyes Open to Supernatural Beauty

    “Living in the presence of Angels.” That was the title for my talk at a special childrens’ Christmas pageant service.

  • It’s true for you, but not true for me – Part 2

    If we study the teaching of the world’s religions we quickly discover that their claims are mutually exclusive. They cannot all be true because they contradict each other in their basic views about God, humanity, and our final destinies. The Boston philosopher Edgar Sheffield Brightman observed:

  • “It’s true for you, but not true for me – Part 1

    Our world has become a global village through television, fast travel and mass migration. Different cultures now mix together as the distance between the nations has shrunk. If we look around us we see a variety of world-views in our communities. Our cities are home to Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus and Christians alike.

  • Did Jesus go to India?

    Did Jesus go to India? Was he taught by Hindu and Buddhist sages? There are many who are convinced that between the ages of 12-29, Jesus travelled.