Can science explain everything?
Is it possible for a science book to comfortably sit on the shelves of both someone who believe in God and someone who doesn't? Adrian Petre thinks so.
The easiest – and the hardest – decision
The choice of becoming a mother is more fraught than you think. Gina Rushton’s 'The Most Important Job in the World' examines the life-changing decisions women face.
Coronavirus, God and the problem of pain
Considering Oxford mathematician and philosopher John Lennox’s new book, Where is God in a Coronavirus World?
31 Days of Christmas
Nathan Brown’s Advent accompanies the reader on an unexpectedly deep yet accessible journey into the Christmas story.
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.
Investing in nonviolence
Amid war-torn Afghanistan, an Australian writer discovers a dedicated group of young people who want to fight back . . . with peace.
The long, harrowing, bloody history of persecution of Christians
A new book chronicles two millennia of hostility towards Christianity.
Not a perfect story
Anna McGahan’s Metanoia is an unflinchingly honest memoir of her journey in the arts, femininity and transforming faith.
The Bidura effect
Book review: A young social worker is confronted by the human heartbreak caused by Australia's Indigenous affairs policies
Australia and the Bible
The surprising truth about our cultural foundations
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.
Finding the pieces of us
Book Review: "The Space Between The Stars", by Anne Corlett (2017)
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