Archbishop Julian Porteous explores the current challenges to sex, gender and marriage; and offers a response from Catholic thinkers over the last century.
Browsing: Talk / Lecture Series
Fr Richard Umbers speaks on the rise of the secular age, its difference from a Christian worldview, and how Christians should approach it.
Scott Stephens speaks on the rise of the press and the public, and the problems which have arisen alongside in political and social discourse.
Robert Van Gend explains the recent thought which sees the universe’s “happenstance” and “lawful regularity” as revealing of a rational Creator.
Rt Revd Campbell Markham explains the Christian approach to civil authority, and offers a brief history of how Christians have responded to persecution.
Dr David Van Gend explains the purpose of marriage in society, and why redefinition will be detrimental to children, parents and conscientious objectors.
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.