Roundup: Human rights, technology, ethics classes, a possible lord mayor, theologians

Roundup: Human rights, technology, ethics classes, a possible lord mayor, theologians

Australia’s immigration detention system continues to breach international human rights obligations

Australia’s strict immigration detention regime continues to lead to breaches of Australia’s human rights obligations, President Catherine Branson QC has said.

Are books a thing of the past?

This electronic culture of distraction may very well be the spiritual challenge of our age. And recognising it as such — as a spiritual issue — is a necessary step in addressing it.

Nile isolated as Anglicans back ethics classes

‘We’ve got no evidence that introducing the ethics classes has done anything to reduce the number of SRE classes.’’

‘People’s padre’ vies for Wollongong’s top job

After months of speculation, the man once known as the ‘people’s padre’ has announced he will stand for lord mayor in the September Wollongong council elections.

Why theologians matter

A preacher who is marinated in Tillich or Karl Barth is going to be much different than one whose primary influence is John Nelson Darby.

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