Roundup: Naked spirituality, gay marriage, Joe Bageant, community garden and fantasy service.
More so than any writer I know, he shines a light on those reasons, illuminating the myriad complex ways that the wealthy ruling class have rigged the game against us and then tricked us (so often with religion) into believing it’s for our own good.
Mudgee’s mental health clients will soon be eating fresh food picked from their very own veggie patch thanks to a new project that will transform the backyard of Mudgee’s Uniting Church into a community garden.
A church service where the angels and saints make way for wizards and warlocks has been damned by conservative Christians.
A South Australian Christian group has recently banded together and come out in support of equal marriage rights.
Brian McLaren and Greg Garrett discuss their new books and the passion that drives them to talk about authentic faith and practice.
New research suggests people reject evolutionary theory because, as a way to think about life and death, it doesn’t provide the emotional solace we seek.
Two brilliant contemporary writers have recently penned memoirs of grief.