Review by Rachel Kronberger
Book | Property and Progress for a Pilgrim People | Michael Owen
In his new book Property and Progress for a Pilgrim People, Michael Owen reflects on property in the UCA and asks to whom does a congregation’s property really belong? Owen argues from the Basis of Union and the Regulations that ...
Review by Julie Perrin and Andy Calder
Book | The Power of Friendship, the Open House story | Digby Hannah
FROM its beginnings in 1971, Open House Ivanhoe – and now Open House MacLeod – has taken on the characteristics of a social movement.
Based on research and interviews, author Digby Hannah has compiled ...
Review by Garth Jones
Book | Total Propaganda: Basic Marxist Brainwashing for the Angry and the Young | Helen Razer
Eight rich, old, white men control more wealth than the poorest 50 per cent of people on planet Earth.
That’s a depressingly slight percentage of the vaunted 1 per cent which benefited from the Global Financial ...
Battle of the Sexes | Film | M
Review by TIM LAM
All eyes will turn to Melbourne Park over the next fortnight as the world’s top players battle it out for the most prestigious tennis trophy in the Asia-Pacific region.
This year’s Australian Open has been shrouded in controversy before a ball was struck, with women’s tennis ...
Fire & Fury – Inside the Trump White House | Michael Wolff | Publisher – Henry Holt
Review by GARTH JONES
Journalist Michael Wolff’s Fire & Fury – Inside the Trump White House, was published last week in a storm of anticipation and controversy.
Wolff offers a chilling insight into the Trump administration’s tumultuous first year. Predominantly an ...
Finding a film the whole family can enjoy can be a challenge during the Christmas holidays. We asked budding film critic Rebecca Nel, age 16, to give her verdict on one that might just fit the bill.
Jumanji-Welcome to the Jungle is a sequel to the original and well-known 1995 Jumanji film.
This action-comedy stars famous actors including Dwayne ...
As summer approaches, many of us begin to think about the holidays ahead. Once the flurry of the festive season subsides, it is time to unwind and perhaps catch up on all those books, movies and TV series you missed throughout the year. Crosslight staff share some of their recommendations for your reading or viewing pleasure over the summer break.
Review by LUCINDA MALGAS
Book | Educating for Purposeful Living in a Post- Traditional Age | Philip Hughes
One of the fundamental pillars of wellbeing is the feeling that we matter, that our very existence and our contributions have made a positive difference in this world. In the field of positive psychology this is labelled as ...
Review by NICK MATTISKE
Book | Richard Nixon: The Life | John A. Farrell
Richard Nixon remains a relevant political figure. Much of our present distrust of politicians, and culture wars between right and left, can be traced back to his era. His story reminds us that we need to keep a watchful eye on both what ...
Review by NIGEL TAPP
Film | A father’s dreams | Wyn Moriarty
To commit the story of your life thus far to print – the good and the bad – seems like a massive undertaking.
How will those I know now, who did not know me then, react? Will they view me differently? How will my ...
Review by ROSLYN DENT
Book | On the Third Day, Re-Looking at the Resurrection | John Queripel
JOHN Queripel suggests ways to look at the biblical account of Jesus’ resurrection with fresh eyes; he has us as the reader journey with him.
His writing style is relatively informal and inclusive; he engages with the reader ...
Review by Garth Jones
Book | Recovery: Freedom From Our Addictions | Russell Brand
THE seven deadly sins, according to Wikipedia, originated with desert father Evagrius Ponticus.
Ponticus identified seven or eight evil thoughts or spirits humans strove to overcome. The concept was later transplanted to Europe by Ponticus’ student John Cassian, and became fundamental to ...
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