The Anzacs, religion and God: A Q&A with Professor Daniel Reynaud.
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Soldiers steeped in biblically-informed worldview of history and morality had passive belief in “diffusive Christianity”.
Eliminating spirituality from the national conversation only cheapens the experience of Anzacs who wrestled with belief on the battleground, argues a Great War historian.
Avondale authors share research for Adventist heritage celebration.
A new podcast series launched this past Sunday will showcase Avondale academics’ greater vision for mission and research.
A new book by an Avondale academic challenges the myth Australians and their Anzac soldiers are not interested in matters of the spirit.
Academic’s study of Anzac diaries and letters shows interest by soldiers in soul and spirit.
The bestseller list shows customers’ preferences for locally produced books, with new-release books from Signs Publishing and cookbooks from Revive Café’s Jeremy Dixon in New Zealand regular favourites.
Despite describing his experiences as “beyond telling”, Anzac chaplain William McKenzie “consistently, even compulsively, reverted to words to convey them”.