It’s the most recognisable symbol on earth and yet one early Christian leader admitted that following the crucified Jesus makes no sense—except for what happened next.
In various parts of the globe, believers face the daily threat of death. Here are some of the conflicts that don’t always make the news.
Sleeping on the streets gave me a tiny insight into the soul-destroying reality of homelessness.
An Australian government initiative for chaplains in schools is highly controversial. What are the pros and cons?
How living among the poor alerted one Aussie family to the urgency of a global issue.
Christians are amongst the most persecuted people on the planet. Why would anyone practice faith under threat of death? James Standish explores the question.
Clifford Goldstein explores that age-old question of why God created humans with the capacity to do evil things.
Confused and worried about how to raise your kids right? Harriet Connor discovers a surprising ancient source of wisdom for today’s parenting dilemmas.
About one million Rohingya have fled Myanmar and are seeking sanctuary in Bangladesh. Aid worker Britt Celine Oldebraten discovered that, while the scale of the crisis is hard to grasp, the stories of individual refugees are all too real.
Christianity may have more to thank atheists for than expected.
Bible Discovery with Errol Webster
Dr Ray Roennfeldt is president of Avondale College of Higher Education, a tertiary institution owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, in New South Wales, Australia