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.
Alex Sidhu reflects on some of the dangerous trends occurring in education, inherited from Enlightenment epistemology.
Dr Paul Morrissey explores the dimensions of wisdom and what it means to be wise according to St Thomas Aquinas.
John Simmons looks explores the pre-conceived ideas people often have about studying in universities, gaining employment and becoming successful in life.
Dr Julie Rimes explores how our learning communities seek to provide an education for a good future and a good life for everyone.
Emeritus Professor Stephen Schwartz explains how all kinds of knowledge have been presented at universities, yet wisdom has been on the decline.