Learning from Islam
The remarks made by Senator Hanson in her maiden speech are as astonishing as they are predictable (sadly).
Paul of Tarsus was a man with the courage of his own conviction and he lived out that conviction right to the very end.
Listening to our youth
Thank you, Crosslight, for the excellent Synod 2016 supplement, capturing many moments and opinions. I haven’t attended Synod for several years and this kind of summary is most welcome.
Reality of God
I recently bought a telescope to watch the night skies. At first I was a little perplexed when the image of a tree I trained it on was upside down. On further research, it seemed that it doesn’t matter.
It was extremely disturbing to read that over $11 billion has been slashed from Australia’s overseas aid budget during the past few years (‘Stop foreign aid cuts,’ Crosslight, May).
Every girl and woman. Everywhere, period.
Mardi Gras march
On Saturday 5 March, Sydney’s Oxford Street was awash with rainbows and glitter and filled with music for the annual Mardi Gras parade.
Giving up prejudice
Lent is said to be a time of self-imposed abstinence. This Lent maybe it’s time we go a little further and try to give up more than chocolates.
The politics of religion
Social commentators repeatedly state that politics and religion should not mix.
I strongly disagree, as both are about life.
The UCA dares to be different
I beg to differ on Ted Carrow’s criticism in the last issue of Crosslight of the Uniting Church for failing to fall into line with most other mainstream churches on the issue of marriage equ
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