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Lessons from a long road

29 Apr 2009 | Michelle Coram

Lessons from a long roadA bad pilgrim experience? Or just a taste of everyday life for so many others around the world?

The terrible brilliance

11 Mar 2009 | Brian Doyle

The terrible brillianceThe terrible brilliance of our faith is that there isn't one Christ, there are billions.

Weeping over Jerusalem

11 Mar 2009 | Ben Coleridge

Weeping over JerusalemTwo thousand years on, Jesus remains on the road to Calvary.


11 Mar 2009 | Michael McVeigh

When a tragedy like the Victorian bushfires occurs, each of us feels touched by it.

Unguarded moments: Rising from the ashes

11 Mar 2009 | Ann Rennie

Kindness and courage show us a way forward in times of difficulty and despair.

Editorial: Staying connected

04 Jan 2009 | Michael McVeigh

One of my favourite movie moments is in the Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. The city of Minas Tirith is under siege, and young hobbit hero, Pippin, finds himself sheltering from the attacking armies alongside the wizard Gandalf. As an ogre tries to break through the door, a fearful Pippin says he didn't think it would end this way.

Unguarded moments: Mediating the media

04 Jan 2009 | Ann Rennie

Technology is there to bring us closer together, not pull us apart.

Censoring consumerism

04 Jan 2009 | Ellie Savage

Censoring consumerismAn Australian tourist in Malaysia explores how religious values compete for young people's attention in an increasingly commercialised media.

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