Roundup: Ecumenism, urbanism, reconciliation, architecture, tolerance

Roundup: Ecumenism, urbanism, reconciliation, architecture, tolerance

Ecumenical Protestants

It might be hyperbolic to say that ecumenists experienced a cultural victory and an organisational defeat, but there is something to that view. Ecumenists yielded much of the symbolic capital of Christianity to evangelicals, which is a significant loss. But ecumenists won much of the US. There are trade-offs.

Religion and the city

Urbanists should take religion much more seriously than they often do.

Reconciliation: Messages from the elders

Indigenous elders from different corners of Australia answer the question: How do we start building bridges of understanding between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people? And they all agree on one thing: reconciliation starts in your own backyard.

Winning school library doesn’t do it by the book

Ravenswood school library, where the walls double as whiteboards and the stairwell as a lecture space, has won the celebrated Sir John Sulman Medal for public architecture.

Gungahlin plan welcomed

Gungahlin Uniting Church minister Mark Faulkner has slammed objections to a mosque in the suburb, dubbing them yesterday as intolerant.

Share

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

ADVERTISING

UPCOMING EVENTS

ADD AN EVENT

Are you hosting an event in the Synod that will be of interest to Insights’ readers?

To add an event listing email us your event details. A full list of events can be found on our Events page.

Scroll to Top