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Big Questions

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- Suffering and Evil [36]
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- Contemporary Society [367]
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Lives of Faith

+ -Editor's picks

 

+ -CPX in the Media

How Christianity shaped the West - Natasha Moore, reviewing a new book by Nick Spencer for ABC Religion & Ethics, argues that an accurate understanding of where we come from matters for where we go from here.
Donald Trump and cognitive dissonance - Barney Zwartz uses his monthly faith column for The Age to wonder at conservative Christian support of Trump, and to warn about what happens when the church gets friendly with power.
Churches aren’t businesses and they still deserve a tax break - Natasha Moore makes an argument in the Sydney Morning Herald for why tax exemptions for religious organisations still make sense.
Underneath are the everlasting arms - Barney Zwartz, in his monthly faith column for The Age, ponders what the Bible has to offer us in times of uncertainty, anxiety and change.
Greed can take over before we realise - CPX fellow Brian Rosner reflects on love, trust, and our relationship to money in The Age's faith column.