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Lives of Faith

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Image: The Accidental Bioethicist

The Accidental Bioethicist

Roland Chia thinks religion and the humanities are key to helping science find its proper vocation.

Image: Euphemising euthanasia

Euphemising euthanasia

Bioethicist Margaret Somerville discusses how we talk about life, death and dignity.

Image: Hope in bioethics

Hope in bioethics

Bioethicist Margaret Somerville finds herself on the losing side of most debates.

Image: Tangled webs

Tangled webs

Bioethicist Margaret Somerville ponders the risks and benefits of reproductive technologies.

Image: “I’m an ex-embryo”

“I’m an ex-embryo”

Bioethicist Margaret Somerville discusses abortion and our obligations to the most vulnerable.

Image: Great Sexpectations: Augustine, Ashley Madison and the Problem of Disordered Love

Great Sexpectations: Augustine, Ashley Madison and the Problem of Disordered Love

Justine Toh deconstructs our culture's "sex myth" and how it sets us up for disappointment.

Image: The Art of Sex: chastity, love and the other

The Art of Sex: chastity, love and the other

Commitment-free sex reveals a society that avoids the encumbrance of the other, says Scott Stephens.

Image: Denying their dignity: Hutchinson and SMS dismissal

Denying their dignity: Hutchinson and SMS dismissal

Paul Kidson explores the ethics - and indignity to employer and employee - of being sacked by SMS.

Image: Gayby Baby: A missed opportunity to model healthy conversation

Gayby Baby: A missed opportunity to model healthy conversation

Justine Toh on what was lost in the controversy over the Gayby Baby screening ban: robust debate.

Image: Life and Faith: The Ethical Imagination

Life and Faith: The Ethical Imagination

Bioethicist Margaret Somerville talks about rights, choices, and why she’s against euthanasia. 2

Image: What does our treatment of asylum seekers say about national character?

What does our treatment of asylum seekers say about national character?

Justine Toh reflects on Australia's "eulogy virtues" in light of our treatment of asylum seekers.

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: Religion is part of our rich tapestry

Religion is part of our rich tapestry

John Dickson makes a case for the importance of Special Religious Education in schools.

Image: Life and Faith: Gay and celibate

Life and Faith: Gay and celibate

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

Image: Hollywood and freedom of speech

Hollywood and freedom of speech

Three new films make a strong case for freedom of speech - but is it the one we most need to hear?

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