Dr David Van Gend explains the purpose of marriage in society, and why redefinition will be detrimental to children, parents and conscientious objectors.
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Dr Brendan Tuffett refutes the claim that Christianity is a blind belief and demonstrates against naturalists that the Christian type of belief is rational.
Alex Sidhu examines political liberalism and its relationship with Christianity, including liberalism’s claim to neutrality and denial of objective truth.
Dr Philippa Martyr discusses how the Church is not a static monolith that needs to “get with the times” but engages with the world in order to save it.
Karl Schmude explores Dawson’s thoughts on the revolutionary nature of religion – particularly Christianity – as contrasted to modern secularism.
Dr Nora Liassis explores the poetic works of Christians in the fourth and fifth centuries and their interaction with the Roman culture and society.
Anna Krohn presents the heart-centred philosophy of Dietrich von Hildebrand which recognises human dignity, hierarchy of virtues, and a demand of humility.
Archbishop Porteous shows how the revolutionary conception of marriage in Christianity affected the Ancient West, and continues to be good for society.