Resource Library

Big Questions

- Atheism [90]
- Miracles [8]
- Suffering and Evil [38]
- Violence [35]
- World Views [33]

World Religions

- Buddhism [7]
- Christianity [345]
- Hinduism [4]
- Islam [19]
- Judaism [10]

Science & Faith

Ethics

- Business [9]
- Medical [17]
- Sexual [25]

Society & Politics

- Belief [181]
- Contemporary Society [373]
- Economics [30]
- Education [15]
- Environment [12]
- Justice [129]
- Politics [76]

History

The Arts

- Film & TV [79]
- Literature [42]
- Other [24]
- Visual Arts [10]

Lives of Faith

+ -Editor's picks

 

+ -CPX in the Media

Do we have the faith to change the world? - Natasha Moore, writing for The Spectator Australia on Scorsese's new film Silence, ponders the meaning and place of individual conscience, then and now.
A Widening Sky: Tim Winton, Faith and Fundamentalism - Simon Smart, writing for ABC Religion & Ethics, reflects on the life - and faith - of one of Australia's most beloved authors.
Fifty Years Without the Death Penalty, Australia Should be Grateful - Richard Shumack - who was born right around the time of the last execution in Australia - reflects on justice and hope at ABC Religion & Ethics.
Why Australians will never let go of Christianity - John Dickson, writing for The Daily Telegraph, notes that Christianity was heavily contested in Australia from the very beginning - but that its appeal also continues.
Spiritual instruction shows we must respect and ‘honour’ Donald Trump - Barney Zwartz considers a counter-intuitive response to the election of President Trump.