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Lives of Faith

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Can books save us?

Natasha Moore reflects on the theme of this year's Sydney Writers' Festival: bibliotherapy.

Image: Can we love our enemies in a godless world?

Can we love our enemies in a godless world?

John Dickson questions Hugh Mackay's claim that Jesus never told anyone what to believe.

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Six Reasons Why You Should Read Books

Natasha Moore makes a case on World Book Day for how reading can enhance your life.

Image: Against Pessimism: The fierce hope of Marilynne Robinson

Against Pessimism: The fierce hope of Marilynne Robinson

Natasha Moore reviews Marilynne Robinson's startling book of essays, The Givenness of Things.

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Life and Faith: How to Live?

Death, narcissism, and happiness were among the highlights of this year’s Sydney Writers’ Festival.

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‘Justice to the Complexity of Things’: The Miracle of Marilynne Robinson

How can the novels of Marilynne Robinson be so popular and yet so ... Christian?

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Life and Faith: Rewriting Jesus

Life and Faith speaks to author Peter McKinnon about his new book, The Songs of Jesse Adams.

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Life and Faith: Claire Zorn

Claire Zorn discusses her novel, The Sky so Heavy, and the portrayal of Christians in books and film

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The Turning

Tim Winton spoke to CPX about his short story collection The Turning.

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Life and Faith: Tim Winton

Life and Faith speaks to Tim Winton about his new novel Eyrie.

Image: Camelot and Narnia and the myths of our time

Camelot and Narnia and the myths of our time

Simon Smart on the legacies of JFK and C.S. Lewis who died on the same day 50 years ago.

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Belonging and Sacrifice Part II

The second part of our interview with Tim Winton on his novel Eyrie (includes transcript).

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Belonging and Sacrifice Part I

The first part of our interview with Tim Winton on his novel Eyrie (includes transcript).

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Tim Winton Interview

Tim Winton came into CPX to discuss his new novel, Eyrie

Image: Belonging and sacrifice in Tim Winton’s Eyrie

Belonging and sacrifice in Tim Winton’s Eyrie

There is no cheap grace or easy moral confidence in Tim Winton's Eyrie

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