UPDATE: 13 June 2021
As the sobering findings of the National Anglican Family Violence Project are made public, we are once again reminded of the unacceptable prevalence of domestic and family violence in our church communities. Anglican leaders have pledged themselves to prevent and address domestic and family violence.
To assist in the work of education and to encourage conversation in our churches, St Mark’s is pleased to offer free access to this issue.
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ABC reporters Julia Baird and Haley Gleeson have found a central, recurring paradox during their year-long investigation: “Women suffering domestic abuse in religious communities say their faith has sustained them but their leaders have failed them”. This issue of St Mark’s Review explores what Australian churches make of the public conversation, what lessons have been learnt, and where we could go from here. Features articles from a wide variety of thinkers on the subject, including ABC reporter Julia Baird.
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