In baptising her son, Melissa Howell experienced the power of this most ancient of Christian rites.
In his years as a counsellor, Jeris Bragan has found that despite anger and trauma, most of us have a deep need for a loving and powerful Father.
Many people struggle with questions of purpose, meaning and identity. Kent Kingston is no exception, but finds the Bible is a great place to look for answers.
Life includes big questions—How can I find inner peace? Why is there so much suffering in the world? Is there a God? Three men's quest for answers changed the world
Is beauty a trap? Or a trapdoor into a deeper reality than we ever imagined? Vanesa Pizzuto says it’s kind of both.
Can an Aboriginal person be fully Christian without denying their cultural heritage? Kent Kingston explores recent books, music and movies that touch on the issue.
Between the 1930s to 1960s, the word eternity was written in chalk around Sydney. The mysterious figure resonsible was Arthur Stace—But who was the real Mr Eternity?
Melissa Howell experienced sorrow at her grandmother’s death, but she knows there’s also reason to rejoice!
“It was pretty clear I was headed for prison or a violent death on the streets. But then came a baby, a bus stop and an ancient Book.” Rome Ulia tells his story.
Everything we see and touch had a beginning—something that caused it to exist. Follow the chain of causation back with Sven Östring to discover where everything began.
Clifford Goldstein explores that age-old question of why God created humans with the capacity to do evil things.
Who wrote the Bible? What kind of writing is it? How did we get it thousands of years later? David Jarnes lays out the basics.