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 empty tomb has a clear case

    Sir Lionel Luckhoo, according to the The Sydney Morning Herald wascalled the “Perry Mason of the Caribbean.”  And that he was.

  • No to Abortion

    The story is told (in The Therapeutic Abortion Act) of one doctor asking another: “I want your opinion on the termination of a pregnancy.  The father is syphilitic; the mother tuberculous. Of the four children already born to them, the first was blind, the second died, the third was deaf and dumb, and the fourth was tuberculous.  What would you have done?”

  • Rev. Hon Fred Nile’s Legacy

    It is an honour to be able to share in this tribute to the founder of the Christian Democratic Party. Fred has served in the party, now known as CDP, for 38 years, being its guide and inspiration.

  • Following Jesus and alternative practises

    What advice would you give to a mother whose twelve-year old daughter has been told that after every football training session she must do a compulsory yoga session to unwind?

  • Freedom of Religion and Speech

    “If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.” (George Washington)

  • Importance of the Family Unit for Society

    It seems everyone today is saying how families are the number one priority for our wellbeing. On television, commercial after commercial, features families playing and shopping together. Insurance companies advertise that we must take out life policies for the future of our families.

  • The power of the Risen Christ

    Easter is three weeks away. As I sit in my office at Morling College, my eyes are drawn to a photo that I treasure. It is a photo from the launch of my first book, Leading Lawyers Case for the Resurrection, which to my surprise, continues to remain in print and readers tell me how significant it was for them.

  • Global persecution of Christians

    What do these countries have in common? Pakistan, Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Sudan and North Korea. They are in the top ten nations where it is most dangerous to live if you are a Christian.

  • Celebrating the Virgin Birth of our Saviour Jesus Christ – Emmanuel ‘God with us!’

    I love Christmas! However, it is essential we focus on its true meaning and purpose rather than being swept away by the commercialism of our day. Let not the gifts that we all enjoy remove our thoughts from the greatest gift of all.

  • What is God’s love?

    As I sit in my office at Morling College, my eyes are drawn to a photo that I treasure. It is a photo from the launch of my first book, Leading Lawyers Case for the Resurrection, which to my surprise, continues to remain in print and readers tell me how significant it was for them.