Dr Robert Tilley explains why we have a blindness to injustice, the biblical link between justice and righteousness, and where we can find the origins of our indifference to injustice today.
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 explores how the culture & economy of our society affects us, how this in turn impacts our ability to hope, and what Popes Francis and Benedict say we can do about it.
Leading Australian Scripture scholar and lecturer Dr Robert Tilley shares how he came to the Catholic faith: a life-long journey searching, stumbling, and experiencing the great providence of God.
Dr Robert Tilley explores how the Holy Trinity helps us understand mission, and how through this understanding we learn that evangelisation is a participation in the very nature and work of God.
Dr Robert Tilley takes us through Sacred Scripture to demonstrate the profound pro-life message running through the Bible, revealed beautifully through reflection on the Blessed Virgin Mary.
In the fourth talk of the iWitness 2012, Dr Robert Tilley explores the nature of sin and confession, how the Catholic Sacrament of Confession builds us up to be fully human, and how our contemporary culture attempts to obscure this reach for humanity.
How has one of the great champions of Christian orthodoxy become so beloved of a world that has increasingly come to lose its faith in God? Dr Robert Tilley explores the paradox of atheist fascination with popular Catholic writer G.K Chesterton.
In this final talk Dr Tilley brings together the Torah ad the Prophets to the New Testament, especially the Gospel of John. Dr Tilley walks through the Gospel of John to show that not only does Scripture mirror the Temple, but both of these mirror the nature of God Himself.