Tag Archive for: culture

What Does the Bible Say about Today’s Culture? A Lot, Says Academic

Everyone is shaped by their own culture, even if they’d like to think they stand apart from it says Christopher Watkin.

Australia’s Coffee Trends: What The Stats Show

Coffee has become an integral part of daily life for many Australians. The stats show that it plays a central role in Australia’s culture.

Why You Should Deface Your Books

Dog ears and margin scribbles in a book is a sure sign of how much the author has made a reader think or imagine, writes Sheridan Voysey

Vinyl is Back – Just Like the Christian Faith

Vinyl has captured a new generation who want something that lasts longer than a week. It reveals a longing for something stable, older than ourselves.

We Don’t Bow to Zeus Anymore, But We’re No Less Religious

Our God is whatever our ‘ultimate concern’ is—the prime thing we try to get meaning and purpose from: be it money, success, family, or a political ideology.

4 Big Lies Christians Believe In Our Fracturing Age

These lies drive how we think about the world, how we talk, and how we act, especially toward those who think differently to us.

Autism Celebrated, Those Struggling with Alcohol and Addiction Embraced in ‘The Chosen’

As of March this year, season one of ‘The Chosen’ was watched over 100 million times in 180 countries and translated into multiple languages.

Breaking Language Barriers: New Tech Giving Real-Time Translations

If you’re talking to someone who speaks another language, as that person speaks over the phone, you will receive an almost real-time translation in English.

The Note I Found of the Boy Pointing the Gun at His Head

It was a reminder to me that people come into our lives in parts, we never get to see the whole picture of what they may be going through.

What Happens If We Lose Religious Freedom? Here’s What Few People Realise

While there are obvious consequences for Christians, Churches, and other ministries, there is another consequence that few people realise.

Listening is What’s Missing From Our World, Says ‘Black Imagination’ Artist Natasha Marin

Seattle-based artist, poet and activist Natasha Marin explores what parity would look like in her new audiobook of poems and essays.

Church’s Silence on Sex has Led Christians to Look to the World for Answers

The “Single Minded” online series is seeking to create positive, biblical conversations about sex, starting with “Rethinking Biblical Sexuality”.

A Letter To My Sons About Becoming Good Men (In a Culture That Degrades Females)

I’m writing to make you aware of what your female family members and friends are up against. And how you should respond, especially as males.

The Cultivation of Character

It can no longer be about looking good. Cultivation of character is about being good. What if we expected more of ourselves, our kids and the teams we lead?

The Land of Dumplings and Cheese Pie: A Look into Georgian Culture with Alice Zaslavsky

Georgia is located at the juncture of Western Asia and Eastern Europe, and is known for its mountainous landscapes and fresh, flavourful produce.

Relax. You Don’t Need to Have an Opinion on Everything

Beware the twin fallacies of omniscience and omnicompetence that lead us to believe we’re competent to judge and speak.

Top Ten Trends for 2021

In 2021, Australians will look for ways to maintain a slower pace of life, greater work/life integration, time savings and a focus on their wellbeing.

Macquarie Dictionary Wants You to Choose the Word that Defines the Past Decade

A Macquarie Dictionary senior editor said the Word of the Year competition is the one time of year where the public can have their input.