• March 23, 2013

    As politicians fret about the Leveson inquiry and struggle to square the circle of defending a media free from state interference that some argue needs to be better protected by the state from unethical corporate politicking and domination, there is great value in us returning to examine Jesus’ engagement with the a major medium of communication in his day: the Temple. Keith Hebden argues that across the chasm of the centuries, lessons in confronting power and 'domination systems' are there to be learned if we pay proper attention.

  • March 10, 2007

    Maggi Dawn's new piece in the Culture and Review section, Getting angry for justice, reminded me of another book.

  • March 10, 2007

    Maggi Dawn reflects on actors caught up in the Gospel and the church caught up in acting