On what would have been infamous cult leader Jim Jones’ 90th birthday, we critically assess whether modern-day Christian groups are using cult tactics.
If your perception of the church is gilded cathedrals and televangelists fundraising for an upgrade to their private jet, you might wonder whether the God of the Bible really cares about those who are forgotten and abused.
It’s fashionable these days to champion almost any form of sexual expression between consenting adults—why would anyone stand in the way of love? But is this view too simplistic?
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.
Anna McGahan’s Metanoia is an unflinchingly honest memoir of her journey in the arts, femininity and transforming faith.
Churches are changing and it’s easy to be blinded by the razzle-dazzle of slick marketing. How do you find the church God is calling you to?
What does genuine Christian faith look like when faced with everyday annoyances. . . like scammers who keep calling your number?
What does it take to turn an out-of-control kid into a disciplined fighting machine?
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.
More Aussies than ever say they’re not religious, but the evidence doesn’t show they’re hardcore atheists either, says Bruce Manners.
Clifford Goldstein points out that, according to the Bible, a false religion will one day be accepted by nearly all human beings around the world.
How does one choose a church denomination?