Q & A from the 2019 Richard Johnson Lecture with Tim Dixon and Simon Smart.
In the 2019 Richard Johnson Lecture, Tim Dixon offers a vision for how we might reunite increasingly fragmented societies.
Simon Smart writes about the place of religion at the democratic table, and whether Christianity can make Scott Morrison a better PM.
It is woefully easy to find Christians behaving badly – yet historically their faith has been a force for good.
Research suggests a surprising link between the presence of missionaries during the colonial period and the health of nations today.
A dangerous personality. The printing press. Social reform. What made the Reformation so successful?
Natasha Moore reviews Nick Spencer’s book, The Evolution of the West.
Natasha Moore reflects on racism, bigotry, and how real change comes about.
Gordon Menzies wonders about the implications of Trump’s rise for our understanding of human nature.