Category: Cross

A rigorous examination of the role of religion in our society. Inspired by the movement to tax the church and eliminate its priviledged position as the preferred provider of outsourced welfare and driven by the Royal Commission into Institutional Child Abuse, The Cross deals with the complex issues of spirtuality, meaning and belief as a mechanism of the state.

Constantine harnessed God to subdue the population

God is Evil

Geoff Ebbs /16 January, 2016

And the anger of the Lord was against Israel, and he delivered them into the hands of the spoilers that spoiled them and he sold them into the hands of the enemies round about. Judges, 3:14 The events at the 2015 hearings Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child abuse almost exclusively occupied The Cross Continue Reading →

Scripps Lecture to Explore Crossroads of Science and Religion

Neville /20 March, 2013

Scripps Lecture to Explore Crossroads of Science and Religion Free public Rosenblatt Lecture scheduled April 2 by expert on science teaching and evolution-creation debate Scripps Institution of Oceanography / University of California, San Diego Join Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego for a lively presentation at the hotly debated crossroads of science and Continue Reading →

Impact of religions will have ‘deeper roots ‘ than Copenhagen

admin /31 October, 2009

Impact of religions will have ‘deeper roots’ than Copenhagen Ecologist 31st October, 2009 Archbishop speaks of the lasting impact of a religious movement to tackle climate change ahead of major summit of religious leaders The Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, has spoken out about the crucial role of the world’s religions in tackling climate change Continue Reading →