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Life & Faith: Reconciliation Week

There has been pain where Christianity and Aboriginal culture collide, but there can also be hope.

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Can books save us?

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

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What is a “Christian” ethic?

Barney Zwartz answers the question: can an atheist follow the ethic of Jesus?

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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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Life & Faith: A Religious World

To be irreligious is to live as a stranger in this world, says Dutch philosopher Evert-Jan Ouweneel. 1

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Life & Faith: Music and the Mind

How a music professor uses playlists and sing-a-longs to engage people living with dementia.

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Artist God

Where does creativity fit within the flourishing human life?

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Life & Faith: On Terror

Looking beyond the global threat of terrorism to the local, everyday reality of extremism and fear.

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Democratic Delusion or the Wisdom of the Crowds?

Gordon Menzies wonders about the implications of Trump's rise for our understanding of human nature.

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Life & Faith: Adoption

Determining the best interests of a child in adoption is a complex balancing act of ethical issues.

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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.

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The same-sex marriage post that Facebook deleted

John Dickson on how both sides of the debate can advocate well for the mental health of LGBTI youth.

Image: Life & Faith: Good Grief

Life & Faith: Good Grief

A songwriter and a philosopher contemplate death, loss and what it means to grieve well.

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Not for Kids

Liz Walker is helping children navigate a porn-filled world.

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Life & Faith: Leadership, Justice and Creativity

Creativity is for everyone and adults can enjoy fairytales too, according to Ken Wytsma.

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