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Life and Faith: A Doubter’s Guide to the Bible Part I

With John Dickson as tour guide, Life and Faith begins a three-part journey through the whole Bible.

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Life and Faith: Family Matters

Bettina Arndt discusses what’s best for kids - and why nobody wants to talk about it.

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Christianity, pleasure and the body

John Stackhouse responds to the claim that Christians are against sex and pleasure.

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Life and Faith: Halloween

Life and Faith ponders pagan festivals, commercial hype, costumes, and the definition of evil. 1

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Modern family

Bettina Arndt speaks to CPX about families and the best environments for raising children.

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Life and Faith: Rewriting Jesus

Life and Faith speaks to author Peter McKinnon about his new book, The Songs of Jesse Adams.

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Life and Faith: Sabbath Rest

Life and Faith considers the concept of sabbath and how it can transform our too-busy lives.

Image: Recovering the Sabbath: Rest and the Culture of Work

Recovering the Sabbath: Rest and the Culture of Work

Natasha Moore suggests that Sabbath is an ancient practice that speaks directly to modern maladies.

Image: Life and Faith: The 100-page Challenge

Life and Faith: The 100-page Challenge

John Dickson suggests that the Bible - like every literary classic - deserves at least 100 pages.

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Giving God a bad name

John Stackhouse explains why common misconceptions about Christianity are widely believed.

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iGods

Craig Detweiler discusses how technology shapes our social and spiritual lives.

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Life and Faith: iGods

Craig Detweiler talks about the virtues and vices of our online behaviour.

Image: Life and Faith: Food, Feasting and Fasting

Life and Faith: Food, Feasting and Fasting

Life and Faith considers the place of food in our lives.

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An odd-shaped key

John Stackhouse discusses the weirdness and plausibility of Christianity

Image: Baby Gammy and the complexities of moral outrage

Baby Gammy and the complexities of moral outrage

Barney Zwartz reflects on surrogacy, disability and double standards.

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