Journeying with Jesus in the ‘messy middle’: Kate Boyd
“I’m probably more convicted about more things now, but I am less certain about all of them,” Texan writer and theology student Kate Boyd says.
He mapped his unborn daughters’ path to Wimbledon … surprisingly, it worked
Manufacturing one prodigy, let alone two, seems a risky business. Horror stories abound about tennis parents chasing vicarious glory through the offspring they sacrifice to stardom.
Why Australia’s nuclear submarine deal raises questions for Christians
The new “enhanced trilateral security partnership” has implications for all Australians. But what should Christians think of it?
A life is sacrificed to bring power to the people
Fear is a strong motivator in Judas and the Black Messiah. This tense film immediately immerses its audience into the warzone of Chicago, 1969.
Barry Jones on epiphanies, our moral challenges and Trump
National living treasure and polymath Barry Jones AC describes himself as a “Northern Hemisphere Christian”. “If I go to Europe, almost the first thing I’ll do is make a beeline for a cathedral, particularly if there’s religious music on. I’ve had so many numinous experiences in some of the great European cathedrals that it’s a very special part of fulfilling myself.”
Bring them here, Prime Minister: Vicar-General
Vicar-General of the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne, Bishop Philip Huggins, has called on Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to bring asylum seekers still languishing in offshore detention.
Two perspectives on Trump
To cast Donald Trump’s supporters as uneducated, ignorant and racist, as much of the mainstream media did throughout his campaign, was wrong and patronising.