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Lives of Faith

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Counterintuitive Colonialism

Robert Woodberry has discovered a surprising link between missions and democracy.

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Life and Faith: Faith Behind Bars

Cameron Watt is strangely grateful that God sent him to jail.

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SRI change: Christianity is still significant in our national life

Barney Zwartz considers what might be lost and gained by changes to Scripture classes in Victoria.

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The Science Chronicles

Peter Harrison takes a fresh look at the history of science and its quirky relationship with faith.

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Life and Faith: Living with the other

Love exceeds tolerance and diversity when it comes to living with others, says David Smith.

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Faith in Art: Looking the world in the eye

Trevor Hart celebrates the role of the imagination in coming to terms with the human condition.

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Of religion and Australia: we must not succumb to historical amnesia

Simon Smart reviews Roy Williams' new book Post-God Nation? at ABC's The Drum.

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Life and Faith: The Ethical Imagination

Bioethicist Margaret Somerville talks about rights, choices, and why she’s against euthanasia. 1

Image: Life and Faith: Multiculturalism, actually

Life and Faith: Multiculturalism, actually

Parkside Church models how life can be deeply shared by people of diverse cultural backgrounds.

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Post-God Nation?

Roy Williams thinks religion has fallen off the radar in Australia - but maybe not forever.

Image: Life and Faith: Economics for the people

Life and Faith: Economics for the people

Ross Gittins’ latest book covers ego, integrity in public life, and growing up (Salvation) Army.

Image: Atheists can be every bit as moral as believers

Atheists can be every bit as moral as believers

Barney Zwartz considers the moral track records of science and Christianity respectively.

Image: Life and Faith: A reasonable faith?

Life and Faith: A reasonable faith?

Life and Faith wrestles with the credibility and the credulous, at times, nature of religious faith.

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.

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V8s and Life Choices

Andrew “Fishtail” Fisher talks about racing for Jesus, and the choices we all have to make.

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