Resource Library

Big Questions

- Atheism [82]
- Miracles [8]
- Suffering and Evil [28]
- Violence [29]
- World Views [18]

World Religions

- Buddhism [6]
- Christianity [329]
- Hinduism [4]
- Islam [19]
- Judaism [10]

Science & Faith

Ethics

- Business [8]
- Medical [12]
- Sexual [17]

Society & Politics

- Belief [126]
- Contemporary Society [294]
- Economics [23]
- Education [9]
- Environment [12]
- Justice [95]
- Politics [57]

History

The Arts

- Film & TV [64]
- Literature [34]
- Other [21]
- Visual Arts [9]

Lives of Faith

Editor's picks

 

CPX in the Media

What do we make of finding religion in foxholes? - The immediacy of war can make people more open to realities they haven't considered before, writes Natasha Moore at The Drum.
Is belief in Christ a dangerous idea? - Simon Smart reflects in the Sydney Morning Herald on the Easter story's claim that there is more going on in life than we can see, touch, or measure.
Is there still a place for SRE in schools? - John Dickson makes a case in the Daily Telegraph for the importance of teaching kids about the Christian faith as part of their cultural backstory.
Monotony and Meaning: what Easter is for - Natasha Moore, writing for ABC Religion and Ethics, considers how Easter speaks to the slog of everyday life.
Our daily lives are filled with faith that may be unjustified - Barney Zwartz, writing for The Age, suggests that the beliefs that govern our daily lives may have more of a basis in faith than we like to think.