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Lives of Faith

+ -Editor's picks

 

+ -CPX in the Media

We can’t ignore the role Islam played in the Brighton shooting - Richard Shumack writes about his own experiences with the Somali refugee community in Melbourne, and the conversation Australians need to have.
Being Christian in an increasingly secular country? - Justine Toh appeared as a guest on ABC Radio National's God Forbid podcast to discuss "coming out" as a Christian, and what it means to be a "real" Christian anyway.
What does it mean to take the Lord’s name “in vain”? - Barney Zwartz considers what truly counts as blasphemy, in response to the recent complaint against Stephen Fry in Ireland.
The moral beauty of Easter - Barney Zwartz, writing for The Canberra Times, suggests that beauty is one of the great arguments for God, even (or especially) in light of the apparent ugliness of the cross.
Easter: the twisted tale that brings hope - Natasha Moore, writing for The Spectator Australia, reflects on why the cross continues to offend, and to attract.