Natasha Moore reflects on the use of traditional place names on weather maps and Australia Post letters this NAIDOC Week.
Tim Costello on the debate over Bruce Pascoe’s ‘Dark Emu’, and the need to recognise the image of God in everyone.
Forty years on from Trevor Chappell’s infamous underarm bowl, Simon Smart reflects on the importance of integrity and fairness.
Tim Costello ponders the complexities of January 26, and whether there’s something to be gained by changing the date of Australia Day.
What happens when religious language reckons with racial injustice.
Tim Costello reflects on the experience of shame – regarding COVID19, Australian history, and the banking royal commission.
The CPX team bring you a highlights reel of the year that was.
The untold story of what drove Vincent Lingiari to lead the Wave Hill walk-off.
Justine Toh explores the little-known story of the part Vincent Lingiari’s Christian faith played in the Wave Hill walk-off.
There’s sadness and hope on the long road towards Aboriginal recognition and reconciliation.
The gripping, often irreverent, sometimes hilarious history of the Bible in Australian culture.
Two Aboriginal women give their first-hand accounts of growing up on Christian missions.