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.
Kiara and Luke discuss Mary Beard’s SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome, exploring the crisis of identity in both the ancient Roman and modern worlds.
Daniel Nour speaks with Ursula Rakova on the topic of climate change and its effects on the people of Papua New Guinea and their cultural preservation.
Bishop Barron supports the Jurrasic Park series’ critique of Enlightenment attempt to control nature, but cautions against making humans and animals morally equivalent.
Eugene Raggio shares about the upcoming 100 year celebration at St Peter’s, Surry Hills.
Victoria and Luke continue to look at Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisited, discussing the grace woven through the book, and the power of Julia’s choice.