By: Laura Bennett
When Dominic Perrottet was appointed as Premier of NSW, it wasn’t just an RIP moment to Gladys, it also brought to the forefront once more the severe discomfort some people feel when Australian political leaders have an obvious religious faith. Continue reading “Religion and Politics: Is a Relationship Between the Two All Bad?”
By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez
There are some people who are absolutely against religion. They’d probably agree if I said that religion could be deadly. they might even point to all the wars that religion has supposedly caused. Continue reading “Religion Can Be Deadly”
A rising trend in Australia is the affinity for no religion1. While one in five Australians (22%) considered themselves as non-religious in 2011, the number has been rising with three in ten (30%) considering themselves as non-religious in 2016.2 Continue reading “Australia’s Changing Spiritual Landscape”
By: Akos Balogh
‘There are 2 gunman at the university – tell your friends on campus’.
The text arrives from a friend, who knows I’m often on campus. But I can’t believe it: surely this is spam?
Continue reading “Crowd Madness And The New Religion Of The West”
By: Laura Bennett
The city of Tabora has a rich cultural and religious history. With access to major cities in bordering countries, its railway hub saw it hotly fought over during WWII.
Continue reading “Tabora Mission Brings Unity and Religious Clarity to Bustling Tanzanian City”
By: Ange King
I have friends who still describe me as ‘religious.’ Continue reading “Being ‘Religious’”
By: Clare Bruce
Christian schools will not reject students because of their sexual orientation—and media headlines about “secret plans” to allow them to do so, are wrong, say Christian education leaders. Continue reading “Christian Schools Will Not Reject LGBTI Students, Say Christian Education Leaders”
By: Sheridan Voysey
Think for a moment about a large shopping mall near you.
Think about its awesome size, its ceiling to the sky and its escalators climbing to heaven. Think of all those shops inside, with their ultra-slim manikins in the windows giving us a vision of who we could become. Continue reading “The Fastest Growing Religion in the World? You Might Already Be a Member”