Fr Pius Mary Noonan OSB looks at what the meaning and practice of the monastic life, and its role in the context of an increasingly atheistic world.
Prof Augusto Zimmermann outlines how Christianity has influenced the development of the rule of law in the western world, and looks at the thinkers who have been part of this development.
Prof Margaret Somerville draws on her experience in various ethics and policy debates to answer the question: “Why are conservative values so difficult to present in mainstream media?”
Erik Peacock explores the phenomenon of cultural Marxism as distinct from classical Marxism and proposes strategies to defeat its influence in the world today.
Nigel Zimmermann explores the erasure of Christianity from the Australian public square, and how Christians can respond to this environment by becoming “creative minorities” to revive society.
Karl Schmude explores the concept of post-secularism with reference to the crisis of liberalism and the damage done to relationships between men and women.
Rev Campbell Markham provides 10 lessons on the Christian meaning of suffering from the thought of 19th Century French Protestant pastor Adolphe Monod.
Dr Gary Johns speaks about the postmodern culture and how it has influenced the contemporary world, and the idea of shaping one’s identity in relation to race and culture.