Interfaith conversations

Friday Forum Your views on the news The King of Jordan, Abdullah II, visited Australia this week, where he signed a historic counter-terrorism agreement with the Australian government.

Battle with blasphemy

REVIEW BY TIM LAM BOOK | BLASPHEMY: THE TRUE HEART-BREAKING STORY OF THE WOMAN SENTENCED TO DEATH OVER A CUP OF WATER | ASIA BIBI Pakistani Christian woman Asia Bibi has been languishing on death row for the past seven y

Conversation or conflict? 

PENNY MULVEY Crosslight published a letter from Rev David Brown with the heading ‘Learning from Islam’ in our October edition.

Swamped by Muslims

By Rev Michael Barnes The Uniting Church is being swamped by Muslims – and it’s a wonderful thing.

Interfaith spirit in Bendigo

The regional city of Bendigo has been a hotspot for anti-Islam tensions in recent years. In 2014, the Greater Bendigo City Council approved the construction of the city’s first-ever mosque.

Healthy belief

Book | The Art of Interfaith Spiritual Care: Integration of Spirituality in Health Care Regardless of Religion or Beliefs | Walter Blair Stratford Review by TONI EREBOR The pattern for this book is shaped on recognition

I’ll Dine With You

Melbourne’s City Square will be transformed into an open-air dining experience next Monday to celebrate Australia’s religious diversity.

A model for peace

BOOK | Blessed and Called to Be a Blessing: Muslim-Christian Couples Sharing a Life Together | Rev Helen Richmond Review by Rebecca Beisler When Michelle and Yusef chose to embark on life together as a married couple, so

Stand for Sanctuary

Rev Alex Sangster outside St Andrew’s Uniting Church, Fairfield. More Uniting Churches in Victoria have declared that they will offer sanctuary to asylum seekers facing deportation to Nauru.