View from the Centre

A small problem

It is not often that atheistic presumption makes me laugh out loud. When atheists deliberately exaggerate or distort, my usual reactions range from exasperation to incredulity. I dislike anyone doing it but, as bias is a breeze that blows more gently from behind, I probably don’t notice it as much from people who share my views.


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Food for thoughtful people - don’t always make a meal of it - Natasha Moore writes for The Sydney Morning Herald on food, gluttony and the spiritual aspects of fasting.
Secular and religious progressives can work together - Barney Zwartz writes for The Sydney Morning Herald on why secular and religious progressives should regard each other with less suspicion and work together on the causes they agree on.
When good and evil, failure and defeat, come together this Easter - Natasha Moore explores the coincidence and connections between Easter and Anzac Day for The Sun-Herald.
Top 10 tips for Atheists this Easter - Atheists should drop their easily dismissed scientific, philosophical or historical arguments against Christianity, and instead quiz believers about Old Testament violence and hell, writes John Dickson for The Drum
This Easter, lets contemplate the meaning of hope - Simon Smart writes for The Guardian on how the hope of Easter points to the future restoration of broken things, of death and evil being conquered and justice and order emerging from chaos.