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Alias Grace: giving wronged women a voice

Sunday, 21 January 2018
 | Sarah Judd-Lam

Like Handmaid's Tale, Alias Grace confronts the implications for women of class-based, religiously justified power play, and asks what faith offers to those who have experienced injustice. With recent revelations of sexual misconduct in the entertainment industry, domestic violence in the church and the extent of child abuse, the series could not have been more timely.

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Link Highlights | December 2017

Tuesday, 2 January 2018
 | Ethos editor

Highlights of links to online news and opinion pieces from December 2017.

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Christmas collection

Sunday, 24 December 2017
 | Ethos editor

A collection of reflections on Christmas from mainstream and Christian media.

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Dystopia Now: the present reality of Children of Men

Thursday, 14 December 2017
 | Karly Michelle Edgar

Children of Men may feel like an extreme scenario, where a corrupt government keeps its citizens, especially the rich, safe and the refugees out. A government where some human beings are worth more than others. But if this year has shown us anything it’s that this isn’t some dystopian, futuristic movie plot. This is the present.

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As Christians rally in support of refugees, a need to acknowledge the cause

Wednesday, 6 December 2017
 | Mick Pope

While governments like Australia close their borders, and the US closes its mind to climate change, Christians are to love our neighbours by linking these justice issues together. The two are not unrelated - climate change can be a driver of significant migration.

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Link Highlights | November 2017

Monday, 4 December 2017
 | Ethos editor

Highlights of links to online news and opinion pieces from November 2017.

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I’m not ashamed to be a white male, but …

Saturday, 11 November 2017
 | Mick Pope

It’s not about self-flagellation, guilt or shame, but about waking up and stepping up. It’s about restorative justice that lifts people up, and right living that prevents us from falling into sin. I need to be saved, not from skin, not from gender, but from the throne of privilege.

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Ethos 2017 Dinner & AGM Report

Tuesday, 7 November 2017
 | Gordo Preece

The Ethos Board and members met on Wednesday 25th October at All Saints Anglican Church, Greensborough, to review the past year and look to the future.

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Link Highlights | October 2017

Monday, 6 November 2017
 | Ethos editor

Highlights of links to online news and opinion pieces from October 2017.

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The artificial resurrection: Genesis and genetics in Blade Runner 2049

Monday, 30 October 2017
 | Michael Bull

In Villeneuve's transhuman world, moral absolutes have succumbed to corporate interests and brutal pragmatism. The film poses uncomfortable questions for a culture whose prosperity is maintained artificially and unsustainably through abortion, exploitation and war, and whose divorce of sex from procreation is slowly but surely drifting into a demographic winter.

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