It takes maturity to move beyond our knee-jerk resistance to rules and understand the purpose behind them.
Victoria is on track to allow doctor-assisted suicide from next year. New Zealand is not far behind. Bruce Manners examines the issue.
The primary purpose of boundaries is not to restrict, but to protect.
Is there an objective standard of right and wrong? Are the Bible's teachings on morality and ethics outdated and out of touch with the world of today?
They're not simply a list of dos and don'ts
In a world full of rules, Errol Webster explains why we need ten more.
God's laws are not meant to be restrictive.
Some Christians say that the Ten Commandments don't apply to God's people after the Cross, but Marvin Moore asks whether this is really true.
What is the nexus between law and grace? Marvin Moore reflects on an incident in the life of Jesus that gives a clue.
Exploring the joy of the Sabbath.
In a survey of Australian university students, more than eight out of 10 admitted cheating and copying the work of others.
Is it possible that the meaning of life could be this simple? David Edgren looks at a new-old way of experiencing life-and God.
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