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Lives of Faith

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Image: Tim Winton: The Writing Process

Tim Winton: The Writing Process

Tim Winton spoke to CPX about the process involved in creating characters and stories.

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An odd-shaped key

John Stackhouse discusses the weirdness and plausibility of Christianity

Image: Life and Faith: Poetic Justice

Life and Faith: Poetic Justice

Performance poet Joel McKerrow talks art, faith, and how poetry can change the world.

Image: Secular and religious progressives can work together

Secular and religious progressives can work together

Why secular and religious progressives should work together on the causes they agree on.

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Monday Matters

Does faith have anything to say to our experiences of success and fulfilment - or boredom - at work?

Image: Zoe’s Story: where life begins and ends

Zoe’s Story: where life begins and ends

Helen Thomas shares the story of the short life of her daughter Zoe.

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: Public Faith: how religion can contribute to the common good

Public Faith: how religion can contribute to the common good

Yale theologian Miroslav Volf on why pluralistic democracies should welcome voices of faith

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iGods

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

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Doubt and Grace

Francis Spufford on why doubt is an important companion to faith and why grace is so appealing.

Image: Life and Faith: O Holy Night

Life and Faith: O Holy Night

In the final Life and Faith for 2014, CPX staff share their favourite Christmas carols.

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Exodus for cynics

Ridley Scott’s film takes pains to ensure that God can’t be relegated to the category of myth.

Image: Life and Faith: At the Movies: Summer 2014

Life and Faith: At the Movies: Summer 2014

Life and Faith reviews Exodus, The Water Diviner, and Interstellar.

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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.

Image: Life and Faith: Original Sin

Life and Faith: Original Sin

Life and Faith considers the question: are we “born bad”?

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