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Lives of Faith

+ -Editor's picks

 

+ -CPX in the Media

Flip the script - Natasha Moore, writing for The Canberra Times, explains the Christmas story in terms of what psychologists call "non-complementary behaviour".
Piercing the Sadness: How God resolves the world’s discord - John Dickson, writing for ABC Religion & Ethics, reflects on sadness at Christmastime, and how the promise of the original Christmas is that joy will finally pierce the sadness.
A voice in the void - Natasha Moore reflects on Christmas broadcasts past, from angels to the birth of radio and the Apollo 8 mission.
Scorsese’s ‘Silence’ and the agony of Christmas - Simon Smart reflects on darkness, faith, and suffering at a usually upbeat time of year.
What would Jesus think of Christmas today? - Barney Zwartz, writing for The Age, talks about rest, consumerism, comfort, and wonder in the modern Australian practice of Christmas.