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A Christian Perspective on the World Today

book review

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Coronavirus, God and the problem of pain

Considering Oxford mathematician and philosopher John Lennox’s new book, Where is God in a Coronavirus World?
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31 Days of Christmas

Nathan Brown’s Advent accompanies the reader on an unexpectedly deep yet accessible journey into the Christmas story.
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This is no Sunday School story

While Christos Tsiolkas’ Damascus molests the New Testament in multiple ways, we’re also confronted with some vital truths.
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Investing in nonviolence

Amid war-torn Afghanistan, an Australian writer discovers a dedicated group of young people who want to fight back . . . with peace.
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The long, harrowing, bloody history of persecution of Christians

A new book chronicles two millennia of hostility towards Christianity.
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Not a perfect story

Anna McGahan’s Metanoia is an unflinchingly honest memoir of her journey in the arts, femininity and transforming faith.
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The Bidura effect

Book review: A young social worker is confronted by the human heartbreak caused by Australia's Indigenous affairs policies
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Australia and the Bible

The surprising truth about our cultural foundations
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The Catholic comeback

Two centuries ago, it looked like the age of the popes was over. But that’s not what the Bible predicts, and that’s not what happened.
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Finding the pieces of us

Book Review: "The Space Between The Stars", by Anne Corlett (2017)
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The Pact packs a punch

What does it take to turn an out-of-control kid into a disciplined fighting machine?
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Review: Food as Medicine

Better health is achievable—Adele Nash is proof of that. And according to Food as Medicine, the best place to begin is in the kitchen.