is Principal of Morling Theological College, Sydney. He co-pioneered outreaches into Mind Body Spirit festivals. is a visiting lecturer at Morling Theological College, Sydney.
'In this new book Ross and Philip not only offer practical examples of Christian ministry with those who are searching for meaning and truth through such "alternative" belief systems and therapies, but they also explain how all this relates to the Bible and historic theological understandings. In doing so, they connect with recent thinking on the missio Dei and the recognition that effective missional engagement with today's culture begins with identifying where God is already at work. This is a helpful corrective of alarmist and confrontational attitudes to popular spirituality, but more positively it offers guidance to Christians who wish to understand things that may well take them out of their comfort zones, but which reflect the questions that many people face as they work out how to navigate from one day to the next in ways that will be life-giving and empowering.' -- John Drane