The last World War I veteran passed away in 2012. With no living connections to that war, 101 years later, how can we still honour those who served and died?
In our increasingly safe and sanitised Western culture, we turn to gaming and movies to satisfy our thirst for blood. But, asks Mark Hadley, how is violent entertainment affecting us?
In a country where women have to fight doubly hard for gender equality, Jacqueline Joseph is trying to change the very fabric of society.
Violence, oppression and inequality are part and parcel of today's world. How are we to cope with this scary, new normal?
When it comes to celebrating, we need less drinking and more thinking.
Many believe that today's children live in an age of entitlement. But we may only have ourselves to blame for that.
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 Are the Bible's teachings on morality and ethics outdated and out of touch with the world of today?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.
Debbie Cosier argues that society itself is to blame for the increasing occurrence of violent acts by children.
The 20th century was the most violent in history and the 21st promises to be just as bad. But the Bible holds out hope for a better future.
Video games and violence have gone hand in hand since the first Space Invader was zapped 25 years ago.
Most of us will never kill someone else, but our hearts are not innocent of such thoughts.explores the thought life that leads to law-breaking.
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