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- Islam [19]
- Judaism [10]

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Ethics

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- Sexual [22]

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- Belief [165]
- Contemporary Society [340]
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- Education [15]
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- Film & TV [74]
- Literature [35]
- Other [23]
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Lives of Faith

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Image: Life & Faith: Museum of the Bible

Life & Faith: Museum of the Bible

The world’s best-selling book is getting its own museum - of biblical proportions - in Washington.

Image: Life & Faith: For the Love of God

Life & Faith: For the Love of God

Get the scoop on CPX’s new documentary about the best and worst of Christian history.

Image: Can we truly forgive?

Can we truly forgive?

Barney Zwartz asks whether the Christian idea of forgiveness is relevant, or even possible, today.

Image: Life and Faith: The Missionary Effect

Life and Faith: The Missionary Effect

Robert Woodberry shares a surprising outcome of the missionary endeavour: the growth of democracy.

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Counterintuitive Colonialism

Robert Woodberry has discovered a surprising link between missions and democracy.

Image: Of religion and Australia: we must not succumb to historical amnesia

Of religion and Australia: we must not succumb to historical amnesia

Simon Smart reviews Roy Williams' new book Post-God Nation? at ABC's The Drum.

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: Famous Last Words

Famous Last Words

Dr Colin Bale has an unusual research interest: WWI war graves.

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The church must confront domestic abuse

Churches should urgently consider commissioning a study into domestic violence in their midst.

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A Chequered Past

John Stackhouse discusses the question of whether or not Christianity has been good for women.

Image: The Galilean who rules the world

The Galilean who rules the world

John Dickson explains the implausability of a man from Galilee becoming the ruler of the world.

Image: Life and Faith: View from the Faraway Pagoda

Life and Faith: View from the Faraway Pagoda

Robert and Linda Banks discuss the life of Sophie Newton, an early Australian missionary to China.

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History Revisited

Don Lewis responds to the charge that religion poisons everything.

Image: Revisiting the Jesus meme

Revisiting the Jesus meme

Simon Smart considers how Jesus continues to influence people for the better.

Image: 2000 years of shaping the West

2000 years of shaping the West

Geoffrey Blainey's latest 'short history' examines the development and impact of Christianity.

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