Roundup: Rushed education reforms, dangerous art, the internet, the Resurrection and unemployment.

Roundup: Rushed education reforms, dangerous art, the internet, the Resurrection and unemployment.

Political rush marred Gillard reforms

The retiring principal of MLC School in Burwood believes better outcomes for students could have been achieved if education reforms had not been squeezed into the three-year electoral cycle.

Warning: this art debate may contain adult themes

Artists could be forced to have their work classified before being displayed and some work could be blacklisted despite being legal, if recommendations to a federal inquiry into Australia’s film and literature classification scheme are accepted.

What effect has the internet had on religion?

Online, God has been released from traditional doctrine to become everything to everybody.

The Resurrection of Jesus: Physical/Bodily or Spiritual/Mystical?

What would it mean to say that the risen Jesus is a physical/bodily reality? That he continues to be a molecular, protoplasmic, corpuscular being existing somewhere? Does that make any sense?

Thinking positively about getting a job

Both the Government and the Opposition have in recent weeks signalled a determination to move people from welfare to work through tougher participation requirements and stiffer penalties for those who fail to comply.

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