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Lives of Faith

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

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.

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.

Image: Religion still has a worthwhile place in the classroom

Religion still has a worthwhile place in the classroom

SRE is a social good because of all the ways Australia is no longer a Christian country.

Image: The Pope and Palestine: looking out for a minority within a minority

The Pope and Palestine: looking out for a minority within a minority

The Vatican's treaty with the "state of Palestine" is mainly about supporting beleaguered Christians.

Image: Life and Faith: Holy War?

Life and Faith: Holy War?

CPX takes an unflinching look at claims that religion is a major cause of war and violence.

Image: Is belief in Christ a dangerous idea?

Is belief in Christ a dangerous idea?

Many people believe more is going on in life than what we can see and touch and measure.

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: Monotony and Meaning: What Easter is for

Monotony and Meaning: What Easter is for

What do the rhythms of the church calendar have to do with the slog of everyday life?

Image: Francis is about authentic Christianity, not PR stunts

Francis is about authentic Christianity, not PR stunts

Is Francis' papacy a grand PR exercise? Simon Smart comments on the Pope's startling popularity.

Image: A Chequered Past

A Chequered Past

John Stackhouse discusses the question of whether or not Christianity has been good for women.

Image: Life and Faith: Monday Matters

Life and Faith: Monday Matters

Mark Bilton speaks to Life and Faith about the relevance of faith to work.

Image: Faith: Christianity is not about putting yourself first

Faith: Christianity is not about putting yourself first

What is real Christianity? Whatever else it is, it's not all about me, writes Barney Zwartz.

Image: Why Stephen Fry’s Complaint Against God is Unconvincing - if you’re a Christian

Why Stephen Fry’s Complaint Against God is Unconvincing - if you’re a Christian

Evil, suffering, and faith: John Dickson walks us through the logic of the Christian position.

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

‘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?

Image: Fry v God: the comedian’s concerns aren’t new

Fry v God: the comedian’s concerns aren’t new

Simon Smart responds to Stephen Fry's remarks about God and suffering that went viral.

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