Does remembering the Anzacs include accepting all the death, destruction, war crimes and racism that have been a part of Australia and New Zealand’s war involvement?
New technology is allowing ultra-realistic renderings of people’s faces and voices into videos where they are not present. What was once a harmless joke now has the potential to unsettle the world.
ABBA, weight loss and meaning—and discovering the truth about idols.
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.
Looking forward to Jesus’ coming changes not only our view of the future, but the way we live today.
The season of giving marks a turning point in the great cosmic battle for our planet . . . and our hearts.
Sleeping on the streets gave me a tiny insight into the soul-destroying reality of homelessness.
How could one tiny stroke of punctuation lead to so much confusion about what happens when we die?
The debate over Jesus’ identity has raged for centuries. But the ultimate truth about Him is best experienced not intellectually, but personally.
Television show review: "Chernobyl" on HBO
Believing in God only becomes real when it affects the way you live
What does genuine Christian faith look like when faced with everyday annoyances. . . like scammers who keep calling your number?