March 31, 2017
Simcha Fisher: Bless me, father, for I have become neurally adapted

Simcha Fisher: Bless me, father, for I have become neurally adapted

Does lying become easier with practice? Common sense and experience say, “Of course,” and now some neuroscience researchers agree with that assessment. In Aeon, Neil Garrett of Princeton describes how he […]

Archbishop Fisher: It’s not enough for us to lecture on trafficking, so here’s what we are going to do

Archbishop Fisher: It’s not enough for us to lecture on trafficking, so here’s what we are going to do

Address of the Archbishop of Sydney, Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP, to the Select Committee of the Legislative Council of New South Wales on Human Trafficking Parliament House, 28 March 2017 Might I begin by […]

Hail what’s legitimate about Caesar: Duties of a Christian citizen, Part 3

Hail what’s legitimate about Caesar: Duties of a Christian citizen, Part 3

Last time, in this space, we mentioned that, for Paul, as for Jesus, the state has real authority (a word rooted in the idea that human beings have an Author). But […]

Simcha Fisher: Six sermons I could do without

Simcha Fisher: Six sermons I could do without

In Giovanni Guareschi’s celebrated series of stories about a faithful but very human priest, the beleaguered Don Camillo once pitifully prays to Christ to help him blow his nose in a way that […]

A way through the fog: Tracey Rowland recovers the ‘both/and’ approach in Catholic Theology

A way through the fog: Tracey Rowland recovers the ‘both/and’ approach in Catholic Theology

Catholic Theology is the latest in Bloomsbury’s series that introduces the theological traditions of the major Christian churches – Anglican, Baptist, Lutheran, Methodist, Reformed and, now, Catholic – to those who […]

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