Dr Robert Tilley highlights the authentic roots of Joy, and emphasises the importance of silence and contemplation in the midst of our crowded lives.
Author Dr Robert Tilley
Dr Robert Tilley is a lecturer in biblical studies and ancient languages at the Catholic Institute of Sydney and in Christian literature at the Aquinas Academy.
Dr Robert Tilley explains the importance of context and communion, and the interpretation of apparent contradictions in Sacred Scripture.
Dr Robert Tilley describes the greatness of humanity as the image of God, and how the Word must cleanse us to restore us to an image of the True God.
Dr Robert Tilley explains why fundamentalism is a modern phenomenon, and how the Church has historically interpreted Scripture through layers of meaning.
Dr Robert Tilley tells a story that will make the blood boil, and what this says about the great responsibility we have been given by God.
Dr Robert Tilley speaks on a need for sympathy for the allure of prosperity doctrine, how we can avoid leading people down this path, and how the problems we experience may not be our fault.
We chat to Dr Robert Tilley about the history of prosperity doctrine within Christianity and how such doctrine can subtly tempt all Christians.
Dr Robert Tilley addresses neo-gnosticism as found in the current world through the lens of Popes Francis, Benedict XVI and St John Paul II – looking out how a true Catholic view of the world affects education, academia and creativity.