Faith and Politics
"Who is blind but my servant, and deaf like the messenger I send? Who is blind like the one committed to me, blind like the servant of the Lord?" - Isaiah 42:19
Saturday, November 18, 2006 read more | 12944 reads
What the world thinks of America.
Thursday, November 9, 2006 read more | 11405 reads
Brian Edgar reviews some of the changes that are taking place with regard to war and then makes some comments on three of the most common Christian responses: pacifism, just war theory and peace-making.
Thursday, November 9, 2006 read more | 8933 reads
Many countries around the world celebrate the anniversaries of their independence or the birth of their nationhood. Australia Day is quite unique in that it is a day of national celebration that pre-dates the birth of our nation, going back to January 26, 1788 - the day that Captain Arthur Phillip took formal possession of the colony of New South Wales and became its first Governor.
The root of most people’s indifference to the issue of interracial reconciliation - particularly as it relates to land rights - stems from white man’s inability to realise the deep significance of land to indigenous people and culture.
Friday, August 20, 1999 read more | 12272 reads
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