Disability, secularisation, Australian religious culture (EBOOK)


Various topics including disability and sanctity of life; secularisation, politics and Australian culture; Australian religious history; animals in the Apocrypha.


This issue of St Mark’s Review draws from across the theological disciplines to grapple with a diverse range of significant issues, including

  • disability, the speed of modern life, and the legacy of Jean Vanier and L’Arche;
  • a philosophical comparison of Christian notions of the sanctity of human life with competing utilitarian visions;
  • blueprints for Christian witness and political engagement in a secularising twenty-first-century Australia;
  • historical perspectives on colonial Christian and indigenous Australian encounters in nineteenth-century Victoria; and,
  • from the field of biblical studies, new insights from studies of the Apocrypha.

The articles in this issue offer rich resources for critical reflection and engagement.

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