Roundup: Burnside anniversary, school chaplains, McLuhan, Western-Muslim tensions

Roundup: Burnside anniversary, school chaplains, McLuhan, Western-Muslim tensions

Charity celebrates 100 years of helping families

For 100 years they have supported and provided for disadvantaged children, young people and families in western Sydney.

Christian group cleared of urging students to convert

A federal investigation into the Christian group that provides religious education in Victorian schools has found no evidence that its chaplains tried to convert students in breach of government guidelines.

Why bother with Marshall McLuhan?

Once we realise the centrality of the oppositional or isometric method to McLuhan’s thought, we are prepared to approach a question that has long befuddled McLuhan’s critics and biographers: the relationship between his ideas and his deep Catholic Christianity.

Western, Muslim tensions persist, but there’s a tiny thaw

Westerners and Muslims continue to harbor negative attitudes toward each other, but there’s a glimmer of change in Western attitudes, a new survey found.


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