God, by degrees (2nd edition)
This book explains how and why the Islamic mood and the Muslim mind competes, and sometimes conflicts, with popular culture and the propagation of contemporary liberal values.
This issue explores facets of the divine-human encounter within the larger framework of the Creator-creation dynamic found within various biblical texts.
This issue features some of Australia's best poets grappling with the spiritual or religious dimensions of life, giving a feast of poetry and reflection.
The "dangerous ideas" covered in this issue include private religion; asylum seekers and refugees; new apocalyptic religious movements; distortion of Christian beliefs, loving terrorists, and more.
This issue explores how film, like literature and other cultural products, provides a medium for theological reflection and engagement between theology and culture.