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Lives of Faith

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V8s and Life Choices

Andrew “Fishtail” Fisher talks about racing for Jesus, and the choices we all have to make.

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Life and Faith: New Arrivals

We hear from innovative volunteers who are trying to make Australia a more welcoming place.

Image: Life and Faith: Healing a Nation

Life and Faith: Healing a Nation

Dr Jo Lusi founded HEAL Africa to bring healing to one of the world’s most troubled places.

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Economics for the people

Ross Gittins’ latest book covers journalism, integrity, and growing up in the Salvation Army.

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Life and Faith: How to Live?

Death, narcissism, and happiness were among the highlights of this year’s Sydney Writers’ Festival.

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Science v. religion

Peter Harrison and John Dickson talk atheism, Galileo, and the science-religion conflict ‘myth’.

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The end of faith: has science made religion redundant?

Prof. Peter Harrison delivers CPX's 2015 Richard Johnson Lecture

Image: Life and Faith: Post-God Nation

Life and Faith: Post-God Nation

Roy Williams thinks religion has fallen off the radar in Australia - but maybe not forever.

Image: Gay and celibate: sexuality, identity, and the church

Gay and celibate: sexuality, identity, and the church

Dr Wesley Hill talks about same-sex attraction, singleness and marriage, and spiritual friendship.

Image: Life and Faith: National Sorry Day

Life and Faith: National Sorry Day

Brooke Prentis of the Waka Waka people speaks about the importance of facing Australia’s dark past.

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Religion still has a worthwhile place in the classroom

SRE is a social good because of all the ways Australia is no longer a Christian country.

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Restorative Christ

Geoff Broughton takes seriously the idea of ‘enemy-love’, and justice that restores relationship.

Image: Life and Faith: Heart of Darkness

Life and Faith: Heart of Darkness

From Breaking Bad to House of Cards - why is so much good TV these days so bad?

Image: The Pope and Palestine: looking out for a minority within a minority

The Pope and Palestine: looking out for a minority within a minority

The Vatican's treaty with the "state of Palestine" is mainly about supporting beleaguered Christians.

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Open for Business

Brian Grim offers some surprising solutions to religious persecution around the world.

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