Have you ever considered that in our desire to belong, to be accepted, we can set up some rather exclusive barriers?
The Anzacs, religion and God: A Q&A with Professor Daniel Reynaud.
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.
The group helped her to clean and move house, and provided her with emotional support at a difficult time.
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.
More than 3000 times a day, we are sold the lie that we are a purchase away from happiness.
You’ve heard of people burning their CD collection when they come to Christ. Is it really helpful? Why are Christians overcome with the urge to purge and is there a better way?
It’s time to bust some myths about Christianity in Australia.