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Religion sans gods

Religion sans gods

Religion – at least in the UK – does not now require the worshipping of gods. Scientology, says Britain’s Supreme Court, is now officially a...

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Hallowed ground

Hallowed ground

We often talk of sport as having religious significance in Australian culture. Here’s proof that the MCG, at least, is sacred turf to some: the...

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Dharma school

Dharma school

An interesting approach to education is taken in the Victorian country town of Daylesford. I wonder how it compares in terms of the attitudes and...

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Aussies on Islam

Aussies on Islam

Surveys over the last few years are a cause for concern when it comes to inter-faith and societal harmony in Oz. Apparently almost one in four of us...

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Most valuable book

Most valuable book

The British public were polled in 2014 to find out what they considered to be the most valuable book ever written. It was a close race for first and...

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A creed for today

A creed for today

John Carr reflects on creeds: In recent years some liberal and progressive congregations have drafted new Christian creeds, ones more in keeping...

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Is war the answer?

Is war the answer?

Rodney Eivers writes: As I get older I seem to be getting more and more averse to the use of armed conflict as the way to deal with international...

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