Many of us do not go to church. Some of us have never been. Christine Miles talks about what to expect and how to prepare.
Pope Benedict's visit to Australia suggests a clear shift in thinking. Historian Arthur Patrick explains.
Nothing makes a place more interesting than knowing it's history. Harold Harker tells some of the stories that make St Andrews a town of interest.
Is faith all about another world or is it about living now? Nathan Brown finds a call to make a difference now in Jesus' promises of the Second Coming.
I'll never forget the time when, while dining with a very senior executive of a world-leading aerospace firm, the subject of religion came up in a somewhat incidental manner. After being pressed, I said that I was a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Chu
One of the planet's most unique landscapes is also the home of much early church history, as Harold Harker explains.
Representing God is a big ask, so it's little wonder the church lets God down so often. But, says Graeme Loftus, it's still the church's most important task.
Our Western world is embroiled in an epidemic of individualism. Samir Selmanovic sees in the nature of God and God's creation the power and neccessity of community.
Which side are you on?
Graeme Loftus looks at a fundamental belief of Christianity, the church.
Because God is the infinite, personal Creator, distinct from His creation, oneness with Him does not mean the loss of identity, personality or individuality.
Declining church attendance is a worrying trend