The Review

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    10 October 2018

    St Mark's Review - Personal Reading

    St Mark’s Review has been a leading journal of Christian thought and opinion since 1955. The Review aims at lively, responsible and relevant discussions of matters that of importance to the ...

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    10 October 2018

    St Mark's Review - Institution

    St Mark’s Review has been a leading journal of Christian thought and opinion since 1955. The Review aims at lively, responsible and relevant discussions of matters that of importance to the ...

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    30 July 2018

    Anthropology, theology, and history in conversation

    Articles in this issue come from an ongoing conversation among scholars who have connections to Canberra and work in theology, anthropology and history.

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    27 March 2018

    When women speak: domestic violence in Australian churches

    This issue explores what Australian churches make of the public conversation on domestic violence. Features articles from a wide variety of thinkers, including ABC reporter Julia ...

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    22 January 2018

    Creeds and Conflicts: Doing theology in Sydney, 1916-2016

    This issue of St Mark's Review explores theology and religious life in Sydney over the past century. Articles range across the denominational spectrum and also consider the place ...

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    3 October 2017

    The Bible in Australia

    This issue looks at the single most influential book in Australia's cultural life and its immeasurable impact, past and present.

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    1 March 2017

    Encountering God: Teasing (out) themes in biblical theology

    This issue explores facets of the divine-human encounter within the larger framework of the Creator-creation dynamic found within various biblical texts.

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    1 December 2016

    Poetry and the Sacred

    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.

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    1 October 2016

    Dangerous Ideas

    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.

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    1 December 2015

    Film, Faith and Culture

    This issue explores how film, like literature and other cultural products, provides a medium for theological reflection and engagement between theology and culture.

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