Our readers have their say with their letters to the editor for the November 2017 Crosslight.
Not about equality
In Matthew 19: 4-5 and Mark 10: 6-9 Jesus is quoted as citing Genesis 1:27b, which says, “…male and female he created them” and leads immediately into Verse 28: “God blessed them and God said to
My experience made me a strong advocate of marriage for gays as well as straights.
Letters to the editor from the August 2017 edition of Crosslight
Ascension Day hymns
What does Ascension Day mean to us in 21st century Australia? We have often seen classical paintings of this scene where Christ is rising to heaven watched by anxious or adoring disciples.
They say that everything in life is relative however, in Jim Gibson’s case we are not related!
Nigel Tapp’s timely piece (‘Logo stands the test of time’, April) brought back memories of a front-page story in Th
There are times when I hesitate to take Crosslight home because I cannot understand a lot of what is written.
The feature article ‘Core Beliefs’ in the December issue of Crosslight makes for disturbing reading.
Savage cuts to aged pensions
In June 2015 Scott Morrison, the then minister for social services, stated: “The current generation of aged pensioners had a deal with the government over their lifetime that if they worked h
Flying the flag
The August issue of Crosslight has a dramatic cover of the cross, the main symbol of the Christian religion, being manoeuvred into position at Long Tan, and its articles on military chaplaincy expresses m
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.
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