Roundup: Norway’s horror, sustainable living, asylum proposal

Roundup: Norway’s horror, sustainable living, asylum proposal

WCC general secretary shocked by unleashing of violence in his homeland

“Norway has today experienced an unprecedented and horrible level of violence against innocent people,” said the Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit, a Norwegian Lutheran pastor and general secretary of the World Council of Churches.

Creation, carbon and Christianity

What is needed internationally is a change of mind-set towards sustainable living. As a wealthy country, Australia has an obligation to show some leadership in this regard.

Is Norway’s suspected murderer Anders Breivik a Christian terrorist?

The similarities between suspected mass killer Anders Behring Breivik and Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh are striking.

Oslo Cathedral opens its doors to mourners after lethal attacks

Oslo Cathedral has become a significant centre of mourning and reflection following the horror of a car bomb attack and mass shooting in Norway on Friday 22 July 2011.

Church criticises Australia-PNG asylum proposal

Australia’s Uniting Church has criticised discussions between the country’s Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd and his Papua New Guinea counterpart, Ano Pala, over the possible processing of asylum seekers on Manus Island.


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