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Lives of Faith

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Image: Faith and Social Transformation: The politics of the Sermon on the Mount

Faith and Social Transformation: The politics of the Sermon on the Mount

Jarrod McKenna discusses politics, faith and what it means to welcome the stranger.

Image: A left-field take on rights and responsibilities

A left-field take on rights and responsibilities

Why the Bible provides an alternative to a libertarian emphasis on individual freedom.

Image: Life and Faith: Greg Lake

Life and Faith: Greg Lake

Greg Lake explains how and why his Christian faith prompted him to quit managing a detention centre.

Image: Life and Faith: Longing for Home

Life and Faith: Longing for Home

Jarrod McKenna discusses the First Home Project which seeks to welcome refugees to the country.

Image: Development Economics: limits and opportunities

Development Economics: limits and opportunities

Catherine de Fontenay discusses how we can participate ethically in the global economy.

Image: Life and Faith: Forgiveness

Life and Faith: Forgiveness

The first Life and Faith for 2014 discusses some remarkable stories of forgiveness.

Image: Welcoming those who’ve come across the seas

Welcoming those who’ve come across the seas

Brad Chilcott on how Welcome to Australia seeks to cultivate a culture of welcome towards refugees.

Image: Petitioning the King

Petitioning the King

Alf Turner discusses William Cooper's attempts to gain Aboriginal representation in Parliament.

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: Development Economics: finding hope for the poor

Development Economics: finding hope for the poor

Catherine de Fontenay discusses the challenges involved in seeking to care for the poor.

Image: Life and Faith: Welcome to Australia

Life and Faith: Welcome to Australia

Brad Chilcott explains how Welcome to Australia seeks to bring Australians and refugees together.

Image: ‘Kristallnacht’ Protest

‘Kristallnacht’ Protest

Alf Turner discusses the extraordinary activism and legacy of his grandfather, William Cooper

Image: Life and Faith: William Cooper

Life and Faith: William Cooper

Life and Faith discusses Aboriginal activist William Cooper and his protest against Kristallnacht

Image: Loving the stranger in our midst

Loving the stranger in our midst

Mark Glanville explains how the Old Testament advocates radical welcome for asylum seekers.

Image: Only God forgives - but this ‘god’ is unlikely to

Only God forgives - but this ‘god’ is unlikely to

Justine Toh examines the portrayal of God found in Only God Forgives

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