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What’s in a name?

What’s in a name?

The ‘Karens’ of the world have been in the spotlight recently. This stereotype of the entitled, strident middle-aged white woman is to some extent a...

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Free speech

Free speech

We should feel able to critique anything in our society. This is presumably what some people mean by ‘free speech’. The manner in which it’s done,...

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Faith and atheism

Faith and atheism

Even atheists rely on faith, says Barney Zwartz. Zwartz makes a compelling argument that faith is “an inescapable part of rational everyday life –...

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Stuff happens

Stuff happens

My cultural heritage is English. Lots to be unhappy about there as I will freely admit, given the extent to which the English have helped stuff the...

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Transformation

Transformation

Steven Ogden (Research Fellow with the Center for Public and Contextual Theology at Charles Sturt University and the Anglican Parish Priest)...

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Cook and COVID

Cook and COVID

Victoria's deputy Chief Health Officer Annaliese van Diemen has caused a culture-wars stir with her recent tweet comparing the arrival of Captain...

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