Tag Archive for: politics

Does the High Road Still Exist in Australian Politics?

What we recently saw in the NSW state election was somewhat novel: two opposing politicians, arguing the issues, not targeting each other.

When a Jewish Thought Leader Flies the Flag for Christianity

When a Jewish thought-leader is championing the cause of Christianity, you know there’s got to be good reason. John Anderson catches up with Dennis Prager.

Former Prime Minister John Howard on the Queen, Australia and Sport

“Our sense of balance has defined us as a nation and will safeguard our future.” Australia’s 25th prime minister chats about his new book.

How a Humble Western Sydney Pastor Got Canberra’s Attention On Religious Freedom

A suburban pastor organised a rally on religious freedom, then was invited to talk to the Shadow Attorney-General. Yet he doesn’t see himself as political.

The Case For Keeping Religion in Politics

Whether your preferred party won the recent election or not, remember that political parties don’t have ultimate authority, that is the place of God.

Peter Hitchens Opens a Political Can of Worms on Russia

Peter Hitchens questions whether the West truly appreciates the geopolitics of the Russian invasion, opening a can of worms in this chat with John Anderson.

Are You Confused About Religious Freedom in Australia? These 3 Short Videos Will Help

Three short videos providing a great explainer about Religious Discrimination in Australia and the Religious Discrimination Bill.

Weary of Politics? A Few Thoughts to Help Christians Avoid Cynicism

Aussies have voted, but many are cynical, including many Christians. Here are 13 thoughts to help you keep perspective.

Where To Snag A ‘Democracy Sausage’ This Saturday

The iconic sausage sizzle has been part of Australia’s election days for years, but the term ‘democracy sausage’ became part of the vernacular around 2012.

Time to Choose: Your Guide to Election 2022

Still on the fence for the Federal Election? Here’s a quick rundown of some of the pledges and promises of the major two parties.

Religion and Politics: Is a Relationship Between the Two All Bad?

Greg Sheridan AO is an Australian journalist who has been immersed in the world of power, politics and faith for over 40 years.

NSW’s New Premier: Who is Dominic Perrottet?

Gladys Berejiklian is gone, and her Treasurer has taken on the prized role of Premier. So, what does NSW have in store under its new leader?

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.

The Comey Rule – Is Telling the Truth Manipulative? [Review]

It’s the plotlines political dramas are made of, but what makes The Comey Rule compelling, it’s that it’s all meant to be true.

Could A Christian Vote For Trump In Good Conscience?

Presented are two different arguments for how some Christians could well vote for Trump in good conscience, while others couldn’t.

4 Ways Political Disagreements Can Damage the Church

As our society becomes ever more polarised in political viewpoints, this attitude can seep into our churches with devastating effects.

Tim Fischer Remembered as A Spiritual Man, of “Gentle Strength” and Deep Faith

Tim Fischer is being remembered as a man of deep spirituality and resolve, as politicians and journalists pay tribute to the former Deputy Prime Minister.

How in God’s Name Should I Vote? Podcast Now Available

We can be a funny bunch – when it comes to politics we’re often more interested in the quality of our democracy sausage than the quality of our democracy.