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Lives of Faith

Life & Faith: Extravagance Part Two

The First Monday in May is a recent documentary that takes viewers into the opulent world of art, fashion and beauty via the Met Gala. As the glamour unfolds on the silver screen, two conflicting responses seem appropriate: on the one hand, a sense of appreciation of the intricacy, skill,…

Catwalk Conversion

At age 14, Tracy Trinita was given a modelling contract in New York. As Indonesia’s first supermodel Tracy went on to model clothes for top designers such as Yves Saint Laurent, Jean Paul Gautier, Kenzo, and Benetton on the catwalks of New York, Milan and Paris. In Indonesia, Tracy also…

Life & Faith: Extravagance Part One

Earlier this year, we posted a link on Facebook to an interview we did about a new museum being built in Washington DC, the Museum of the Bible. It’s a Smithsonian-sized project that will cost around $400 million. In the comments, someone wrote: “Surely it is better to spend the…

Life & Faith: Spotlight - 15 Years On

In 2002, the Boston Globe’s investigative reporting team, Spotlight, published a series of reports exposing clergy child sexual abuse, and a cover up by the Catholic Church. As the horrific and heartbreaking instances of abuse and betrayal came to light, more stories of clergy sexual abuse and the Catholic Church’s…

Life & Faith: How Would Jesus Vote

Religion plays a significant role in every US presidential election – and this year is no exception. The candidates on either side of the aisle, and the religious leaders who back them, claim to know where Jesus stands on various issues, or what the Bible says about the hottest political…

A Religiously Complex World

In the UK, as in Australia and other parts of the West, religion looks to be on the decline. Those who tick “no religion” on surveys and on the census are on the rise. But what does it mean to say you have no religion? Are all these people committed…

Life & Faith: Long Live

Research suggests that doing good is actually good for you. Stephen G. Post, author of Why Good Things Happen to Good People, explains why. Stephen G. Post is Professor of Preventive Medicine at Stony Brook University, and Director of the Center for Medical Humanities, Compassionate Care, and Bioethics. He is…

Life & Faith: Notes on Blindness

John Hull began losing his sight in his mid-forties. He describes it as a dark black disc that slowly progressed over his field of vision. “Do remember that day when I caught a glimpse of a church spire?” the Australian theologian asks his wife, Marilyn, in the documentary film, Notes…

Bach for the Cello

“By mathematics we shall come to heaven …” Rowan Williams is not only a former Archbishop of Canterbury and Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge, but also a poet. Listen to him read and - with equal clarity and grace - explain his poem “Bach for the Cello”. Simon Smart interviewed…

The meaningful universe

“Is there a God? Of course not. What is the meaning of the universe? It doesn’t have any. What is the purpose of life? Ditto. Is there a difference between right and wrong, good and bad? There’s not a moral difference between them. What is the nature of the relationship…

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