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Lives of Faith

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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. 1

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?

Image: Monday Matters

Monday Matters

Does faith have anything to say to our experiences of success and fulfilment - or boredom - at work?

Image: Zoe’s Story: where life begins and ends

Zoe’s Story: where life begins and ends

Helen Thomas shares the story of the short life of her daughter Zoe.

Image: Disability and humanity

Disability and humanity

Vaughan Olliffe on our ambiguous relationship with disability and the value of every life.

Image: Baby Gammy and the complexities of moral outrage

Baby Gammy and the complexities of moral outrage

Barney Zwartz reflects on surrogacy, disability and double standards.

Image: Collective Memory: dementia, identity and community

Collective Memory: dementia, identity and community

John Swinton speaks to CPX about the challenges posed by the growing number of dementia sufferers

Image: Lies, Love & Hitler

Lies, Love & Hitler

Elizabeth Avery Scott discusses Dietrich Bonhoeffer and contemporary ethics

Image: Life and Faith: Helen Thomas

Life and Faith: Helen Thomas

Helen Thomas shares the remarkable story of her daughter Zoe's short life.

Image: Development Economics: finding hope for the poor

Development Economics: finding hope for the poor

Catherine de Fontenay discusses the challenges involved in seeking to care for the poor.

Image: Marriage: what it means and why it matters

Marriage: what it means and why it matters

Sherif Girgis on why we need to establish what marriage is before we discuss who can get married.

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