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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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Father Wound

Simon Smart on why stories like The Judge, even when imperfect, continue to hold emotional power.

Image: Life and Faith: Slave or Free?

Life and Faith: Slave or Free?

Life and Faith considers liberty, limits, and human flourishing

Image: 36,000 feet under the sea

36,000 feet under the sea

James Cameron’s "Deepsea Challenge 3D" hopes to inspire a new generation of explorers.

Image: To Kill a Priest

To Kill a Priest

A new Irish film, Calvary, looks unflinchingly at the fallout of the abuse scandal in the church.

Image: The Invisible Woman

The Invisible Woman

Simon Smart on a new film which explores Charles Dickens 13 year affair with actress Nellie Ternan.

Image: Life and Faith: Divergent

Life and Faith: Divergent

Larissa Aldridge joins Life and Faith to discuss the new film Divergent.

Image: Life and Faith: Noah

Life and Faith: Noah

Justine Toh and Simon Smart discuss the new film version of the story of Noah.

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.

Image: The Truth Will Set you Free: Moral Relativism and The Armstrong Lie

The Truth Will Set you Free: Moral Relativism and The Armstrong Lie

Simon Smart considers the questions raised by a new documentary on Lance Armstrong.

Image: Her and a disembodied future

Her and a disembodied future

Mark Stephens considers the questions that the film Her raises about embodiment and relationships.

Image: The Turning

The Turning

Tim Winton spoke to CPX about his short story collection The Turning.

Image: The Ennobling and Corrupting Power of Beauty

The Ennobling and Corrupting Power of Beauty

Peter Corney on The Great Beauty, which explores the emptiness of a hedonistic life in Rome

Image: Forgiveness in The Railway Man

Forgiveness in The Railway Man

Justine Toh reflects on the matters of forgiveness and reconciliation raised by The Railway Man

Image: Is Gravity the perfect space film for our godless times?

Is Gravity the perfect space film for our godless times?

Who or what do you turn to in a universe where sustenance of any kind is in short supply?

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