"Our churches need to be places where friendship is encouraged and the pressure to couple up is vanquished."
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 Are the Bible's teachings on morality and ethics outdated and out of touch with the world of today?
Violence fuelled by alcohol is rising in Australia, but Geoff Youlden believes the media plays an equal part in the demise of values and virtues.
How our teens are becoming unwitting players in the sex industry
Helping young people make better choices for their lives
Clifford Goldstein reflects on what last year's world population landmark means to us.
Wolfgang Jenke investigates the origins of marriage, reaffirming its special status as a creation of God not subject to cultural inclinations and changing times.
Have you noticed that food prices are surging at the supermarkets?
Nigel Hollier ponders on the moral and ethical dilemmas surrounding surrogacy.
Sheridan Voysey speaks to a "living treasure."
Christine Miles speaks with a New Zealand scientist, inventor and social entrepreneur determined to change the Third World.
A 20 year veteran of politics, Jeff Kennett sees his not-for-profit work addressing depression in Australia as more important.