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Big Questions

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- Christianity [350]
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Society & Politics

- Belief [183]
- Contemporary Society [376]
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- Justice [134]
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The Arts

- Film & TV [80]
- Literature [43]
- Other [24]
- Visual Arts [11]

Lives of Faith


Image: The Missing Theology of Art

The Missing Theology of Art

How a plain white tablecloth and a dingy tavern scene can point to the divine.

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Not in Polite Company

Nothing is off limits when it comes to social media - not even religion and politics.

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The Cost of Sacrifice

To sacrifice for Queen and country is one thing, but would you lay down your life for an enemy?

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A History of Non-violence

It’s often said that religion is a cause of war - but can it also be a cause of peace?

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Is Christianity Bad News for Women?

Amy Orr-Ewing delivers the 2017 Richard Johnson Lecture, “Is Christianity Bad News for Women?”

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A Public Book

Why the Bible is more than a religious text - it’s a book that gives meaning and unites people.

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Son of a Communist

As Mongolia turned from communism to democratic rule, this man turned from atheism to faith.

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Two Years to Live

Phil Camden has Motor Neurone Disease but hope lights his path in the shadow of death.

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Street Pastors

Showing love to the vulnerable, drunk and disorderly on the streets of Melbourne.

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The Long Shadow of Slavery

A confronting - and deeply personal - look at the roots of racial division in the US.

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Healing After Abortion

Putting aside the politics to talk about the real struggles some men and women face after abortion.

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A Jesuit priest finds himself in an unexpected role as consultant on a Martin Scorsese film.

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Another Day in Paradise

Facing the death penalty, Myuran Sukumaran chose to create art that pointed to redemption and hope.

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Things You Cannot Prove

Alister McGrath, one of the world’s leading historians of science, explodes some common assumptions.

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Life & Faith: Nativity

You can still expect the unexpected from the familiar story of Jesus’ birth.

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