Religion & Ethics
A CSU theological scholar says that Easter 2017 is marked by solidarity with the Coptic Christians of Egypt, and solidarity too with their Muslim sisters and brothers.
A CSU philosopher argues that conscientious objectors to immunisation should make an appropriate contribution to society in lieu of being vaccinated.
The participation of nurses in legal executions is a dilemma for the profession and a CSU academic believes we shouldn't shy away from debating the issue.
A Trump presidency will have unforeseen consequences for just about every interest group on the planet, but Muslims may be feeling this historic upset particularly keenly, according to a CSU academic.
Government has a vital role in promoting interfaith dialogue as a key element in nurturing friendship across cultures, religions and nations, a CSU theologian told an international forum in Indonesia last week.
The Third Australian Conference on Islam, sponsored by CSU, will be held in Melbourne next week and will consider how the theological foundations of violent extremism can be refuted.
The presentation of the inaugural Australian Religious Short Film Prize to a young filmmaker at a special event in Canberra next week has national significance.
A CSU researcher has identified that church engagement for recent immigrants upholds a sense of wellbeing and develops social capital.
Christian economists contend that we need to be open to rendering more of our own income to increase the tax base, for the sake of others and for the common good.
A CSU academic says that fasting by Muslims during Ramadan creates a time of great solidarity and spiritual renewal throughout the Islamic world.