Roundup: Internet good and bad, Fresh Expressions, democratic movements, Penrith Unifam, confronting intolerance, disposed to believe
The Uniting Church, along with the Anglican and Lutheran churches, has launched Fresh Expressions, a program designed to take faith into the community.
The fall of dictators represents only part of a longer process in which the unspoken aim is to alter radically the balance of power between citizens and their state.
Atheists and sceptics now have equal access to our children as we have, which is why the number of Christian youth who believe in the fundamentals of Christianity is decreasing and sexual immorality is growing, apologist Josh McDowell said.
For 34 years or a whopping 10,600 verses, John and Marilyn Barrett have made a small but significant contribution to the Newcastle Herald.
Residents worried about the closure of the UnitingCare Unifam Counselling and Mediation centre in Penrith can relax.
Does social networking enhance our faith?
“Together we have begun to overcome the false divide that pits religious sensitivities against freedom of religion. We are pursuing a new approach based on concrete steps to fight intolerance wherever it occurs.”
A three-year international research project, directed by two academics at the University of Oxford, finds that humans have natural tendencies to believe in gods and an afterlife.