One of the core issues clergy have had to come to understand in dealing with abuse is the impact of power imbalance in relationships.
The new “enhanced trilateral security partnership” has implications for all Australians. But what should Christians think of it?
MELBOURNE Anglicans have reiterated calls for urgent government action against climate change, warning Australia and its neighbours will bear the brunt of heat, flooding and sea level rise.
Ahead of the release of the Morrison Government’s 2020 budget on Tuesday, Tearfund’s Matthew Maury appeals for Australia to offer the generosity it’s shown before to the world’s most poor and marginalised people, at a time when global poverty is set to increase for the first time in 30 years.
Over the past months COVID-19 restrictions have prevented Australians from travelling overseas and reshaped the way most of us work. For international development organisations, the global lockdown has meant our sector has relied on technology in new ways to help us connect globally.
Australian Christians have a right to be concerned that the new Prime Minister, on current form, will behave in a way that is out of step with true biblical values, argues Dr George Browning, a former bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn.