Twice a week, a member of the CPX team "thinks out loud" in public - offering not conclusions, but launching-off points for conversation about what's going on in the news right now, or in our cultural "moment".
As with everything CPX does, the goal is to reframe things - to edge our way together towards a more expansive public imagination when it comes to Christian faith and the contribution it has to make to our shared life.
Justine Toh on harsh parenting, abusive coaching, and the benefits of the Ted Lasso approach to success.
Anna Grummitt on the latest COVID lockdowns across Australia – and what might be a better response than blaming others.
Tim Costello reflects on a famous story from Jesus’ life, and what lessons it teaches men about moving from toxic to trustworthy masculinity.
Emma Wilkins asks: we expect our parents to love us self-sacrificially, but do we want to be their life’s work?
Justine Toh on what the iConsent app shows us about our lack of imagination when it comes to the complexities of human life.
In light of the leadership spill in the Victorian Liberal party, Barney Zwartz ponders the rise and fall of politicians.
Tim Costello comments on the anxiety epidemic in Australia – and shares what he believes is a powerful antidote.
In light of Harry and Meghan’s recent interview with Oprah, Mark Stephens cautions against rushing to judgement.
CPX Intern Luka Jamieson reflects on Conor McGregor’s unexpected response to his recent shock UFC fight loss.
While recognising the failures that exist in the Aged Care sector, Simon Smart reflects on his positive experience visiting a dementia ward.
In light of the Instagram poll highlighting the prevalence of sexual assault in high schools, Anna Grummitt asks: what can be done?
Natasha Moore reflects on phrenology, personality, the possibility of change, and what makes us valuable as human beings.