In a paper written for the Social Issues Executive at the Anglican Diocese of Sydney, ANDREW CAMERON, ANDREW FORD and LISA WATTS examine why it seems so important for ‘sorry’ to be heard from the lips of the nation’s leader, and what the sticking-points against saying it are...

Writing from the UN Climate Change Conference in Bali, BEN THURLEY, national advocacy coordinator at TEAR Australia argues that signing the Kyoto Protocol is just a first step in addressing climate change... 

JIM WALLACE, managing director of the Australian Christian Lobby, reflects on the weekend's election results...

In an article first published in  The Age  newspaper, religion editor BARNEY ZWARTZ says a letter from Muslim leaders to Christian ones can be a start for dialogue...  

TIM COSTELLO, chief executive of World Vision Australia, writes of his "sincere hope" that the globalisation of today's marketplaces will lead to improvements in human rights...

AMANDA JACKSON, national coordinator of Micah Challenge Australia, reflects on the outcomes of last weekend's APEC meeting ...

With Australia preparing to celebrate Father's Day this Sunday, WARWICK MARSH, founder of the Fatherhood Foundation, argues that the notion of fatherhood is being reclaimed in Australia... 

RUSSELL STUBBINGS writes of the tensions between acknowledging failure and offering forgiveness in the wake of the recent media storm surrounding Kevin Rudd's behaviour in New York four years ago...

MAL FLETCHER reflects on the life of Elvis...

As controversy continues over James Cameron’s documentary  The Lost Tomb of Jesus  , ALVIN JOHNSON takes a look at the evidence behind the long-held view that Christ’s tomb was, in fact, located on what is now the site of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem...

In an article first published in  The Age  newspaper, World Vision chief executive Tim Costello says Australia must find the political will to eradicate global poverty...

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