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A Christian Perspective on the World Today
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The latest offering in the MCU is surprisingly fun — and raises some interesting questions about the nature of free will and the meaning of life

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Episode 149 - Football and identity ft. Todd Brodie

Todd Brodie is a Strength and Conditioning coach and former footballer for Marconi Stallions, Sydney FC and Sydney United. His journey with the sport has ...
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The Necessity of Being Wrong

Being wrong is often thought of as a humiliating experience—but is it actually a good thing?
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Does the Old Testament speak about Jesus—or someone else?

Many claim that prophecies in the Old Testament of the Bible point towards Jesus' role as saviour. Is this true?
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“Courting Controversy” — When Taking A Stand Can Risk It All

Naomi Osaka's recent withdrawal from the French Open has once again sparked discussion of mental health amongst athletes — and what it means to take a stand for your principles.
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When the going gets tough, sometimes what’s needed is a simple reminder about how blessed we really are . .
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Keep Your Eye On The Ball

Soccer is dominated by big money clubs that seem impossible to beat. However, every now and again an underdog team comes through and surpasses all odds. Which team would you support?
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Divorced from reality: Why the need to know often does more...

When Bill and Melinda Gates announced their divorce this month, the media and public at large asked one question—"why?"
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"Thoughts and prayers" are often sent out without considering how the second part really works. Turns out that most people don't understand prayer—and that might be the whole point.
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Growing Up With Faith: Child Abuse or Precious Gift?

While Richard Dawkins equates teaching children religious beliefs with child abuse, there are positive benefits for children who are taught faith practices.
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Earth’s Caretakers

How a pandemic-ridden world showed a glimpse of the earth’s original state.
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Natural remedies are seemingly filling the gaps where modern medicine holds no solution for medical conditions. This approach, however, requires extra caution . . .
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Are You Developing A Food Allergy

Catching the cause of bad reactions to food early is important for your immune system.
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How Our Friendships Change Throughout Life

Throughout the stages of our lives, friendships will come and go. But what do sociologists say is the time most conducive to building lasting relationships
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Moral machines?

Technology is advancing in leaps and bounds. But the thorny problem of ethics remains: if humans can’t even get it right, how are we expected to teach a computer the difference between right and wrong?
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Remembering the Earth landing

Reflecting on the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing, Bruce Manners observes that in the big picture—of the universe—Earth is insignificant. But not to God.
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When many people reach middle age they start to think about winding their life back a notch to spend time with their children and grandchildren. Irene Gleeson did the opposite. This gutsy grandmother sold her beachside home and possessions, farewelled her family and relocated to one of the most...
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Biased Statistics and False Truths

In the post-truth era, even things once thought reliable—like statistics or data—can be manipulated. So how can we tell if we're being duped?
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Lies – The Anatomy of a Social Pathology

Everybody tells little white lies on occasion. . . but have you ever stopped to consider why lying is so commonplace?