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Coetzee published The Childhood of Jesus in 2013. It was received with puzzlement by reviewers.
by Peter Sellick - 1/12/2016 - 2 comments
It is not only a religion but a totalitarian political ideology which encompasses every detail of life including how one washes oneself.
by Babette Francis - 30/11/2016 - 38 comments
It is true that Muslim thinkers are tilting in the direction of increased integration and participation in civic life, and this has implications for their willingness to question traditional attitudes.
by Abe Ata - 25/11/2016 - 6 comments
While it may be hoped that an equitable balance between personal freedom and public duty will produce a civil society, the tenets of liberalism turned libertarianism will always tend to undermine such a balance.
by Peter Sellick - 8/11/2016 - 9 comments
Particularly in the area of education, religions have a significant interest in maintaining the highest level of committed religious adherents as employees.
by Greg Donnelly - 7/11/2016 - 9 comments
It's long been an open secret that educators and politicians turn a blind eye to proselytising in faith classes.
by Hugh Harris - 19/10/2016 - 27 comments
What is up for grabs in all drama is how characters negotiate what Stanley Hauerwas has called 'the grain of the universe'.
by Peter Sellick - 12/10/2016 - 5 comments
The newer science of epigenetics raises important questions about long-held biological beliefs about inherited deficiencies.
by Kay Stroud - 30/09/2016 - 1 comment
So the state would get to decide if a Jewish school can refuse to hire a Muslim maths teacher (and vice versa) and whether a Christina church can refuse to hire a Buddhist as a youth leader or pastoral care worker.
by Mark Sneddon - 28/09/2016 - 4 comments
My particular focus in this essay is on how writers of the gospels use the imagery of the end of the world to interpret the death of Jesus.
by Peter Sellick - 22/09/2016 - 8 comments
According to this traditional understanding of the human being, homosexuality does not define the essential dimension – which is the soul or conscience – of any person.
by Shimon Cowen - 10/08/2016 - 167 comments
For the many Australians who once identified as Christians but have 'lapsed' in their churchgoing, the Census provides a chance for honest reassessment and mature reflection.
by Hugh Harris - 2/08/2016 - 28 comments

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