Christianity in History

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Big Questions

- Atheism [83]
- Miracles [8]
- Suffering and Evil [29]
- Violence [30]
- World Views [18]

World Religions

- Buddhism [6]
- Christianity [330]
- Hinduism [4]
- Islam [19]
- Judaism [10]

Science & Faith

Ethics

- Business [8]
- Medical [12]
- Sexual [17]

Society & Politics

- Belief [131]
- Contemporary Society [299]
- Economics [23]
- Education [10]
- Environment [12]
- Justice [98]
- Politics [59]

History

The Arts

- Film & TV [66]
- Literature [34]
- Other [21]
- Visual Arts [9]

Lives of Faith

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Famous Last Words

Dr Colin Bale has an unusual research interest: WWI war graves.

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The church must confront domestic abuse

Churches should urgently consider commissioning a study into domestic violence in their midst.

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A Chequered Past

John Stackhouse discusses the question of whether or not Christianity has been good for women.

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The Galilean who rules the world

John Dickson explains the implausability of a man from Galilee becoming the ruler of the world.

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Life and Faith: View from the Faraway Pagoda

Robert and Linda Banks discuss the life of Sophie Newton, an early Australian missionary to China.

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History Revisited

Don Lewis responds to the charge that religion poisons everything.

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Revisiting the Jesus meme

Simon Smart considers how Jesus continues to influence people for the better.

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2000 years of shaping the West

Geoffrey Blainey's latest 'short history' examines the development and impact of Christianity.

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The Easter Story: Reasons to Believe

John Dickson discusses the power of the Easter story and why it continues to flourish today.

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Life and Faith: Easter

Can we trust the historical accounts of the death and resurrection of Jesus?

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Humilitas

John Dickson speaks to Simon Smart about what humility is and how it came to be seen as a virtue.

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How Christian Humility upended the World

John Dickson argues that Christianity is the reason the West considers humility a virtue.

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Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy - A Righteous Gentile vs The Third Reich

Brian Rosner reviews Eric Metaxas' biography of German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer

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The place of women in early Christianity

How were women viewed in early Christian faith and what was their relationship with the church?

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Sex and sexuality in the ancient world

Edwin Judge on how views of sex and sexuality have changed since ancient times.

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