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Review of Bruce Cockburn’s O Sun O Moon

Wednesday, 7 February 2024
 | Andrew Stewart

With this latest album, Cockburn intensifies his sense of spiritual reflection and introspection. ‘O Sun O Moon’ is perhaps surprisingly optimistic given all that is currently going on in the world.

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on paper in the post-human world

Tuesday, 23 January 2024
 | Sean Feeney

the broken english of a google search evades me / and i escape it in favour of printed glossy paper

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I Am a Book

Tuesday, 23 January 2024
 | Ciara Feeney

Wanting to be read / To be known

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Totally by Choice

Monday, 15 January 2024
 | John Kidson

I write because I have to.

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Thursday, 14 December 2023
 | Miriam Dale

His Grace is Sufficient for Me and / He Delights in Me where / I AM

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Rosie and the Rich Man: An Australian Parable

Tuesday, 28 November 2023
 | Travis McHarg

Is this a parable of Australia, the rich man in his home and the beggar on the grass? They asked for so little – recognition and a voice – and it was too much; it will be a sandwich on the grass.

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Book review: Truly Called? Vocation in the Anglican Church

Sunday, 19 November 2023
 | Neville Carr

This book provides an interesting insight into traditional Anglican patterns of church, ministry and leadership. However it risks promoting a disempowering elitism, which sets the vocation of 'ordained' clergy above others.

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Sunday, 12 November 2023
 | Jordan Rastrick

You are seen / Because you are seeing

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Friday, 27 October 2023
 | Xiaoli Yang

nobody chooses to be born deaf or blind / forever living in silent darkness, confined within four walls

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Book review: Timothy Keller: His Spiritual and Intellectual Formation

Wednesday, 25 October 2023
 | Graham Cole

Keller emerges from this study as an impressive pastor, preacher, strategist, apologist and leader who was wise in his principled eclecticism and humble in character. His originality lay in his ability to synthesize and apply a diversity of sources to the urban context without losing touch with Scripture.

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