On what would have been infamous cult leader Jim Jones’ 90th birthday, we critically assess whether modern-day Christian groups are using cult tactics.
After growing up with alcoholic parents, Sandy Schofield, and husband Trevor, now run a business advocating and supplying alcohol-free beverages for corporate and private events.
The new alternative gaining momentum in our highly-sexualised society.
The vaccination controversy currently raging demonstrates that it is possible to be intelligent, sane and irrational all at the same time.
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 Are the Bible's teachings on morality and ethics outdated and out of touch with the world of today?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.
What's the fastest growing religious status group means for the world
How the media is making us more afraid
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.
Ed Dickerson responds to a question that is being asked more and more frequently these days: Does the piece of paper matter?
Keeping up with the Joneses has become less expensive recently, with the shift of production to developing countries. However, there are hidden costs, as Kristin Thiele reveals.