A short film that combines elements of Judaism, Islam and Christianity in war-torn strife has been announced as the winner of the inaugural national Religious Short Film Prize.
Creating an Australian Muslim identity was central to topics discussed at the National Muslim Youth Summit held at the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra on Saturday 28 May.
A CSU historian asks whether Anzac Day functions as a kind of alternative religion or 'civil religion'.
Two Charles Sturt University theologians say the essence of the message of Easter, now and for all time, is the indestructible character of hope.
A range of international and national speakers will analyse radicalisation and Islamophobia at a major conference in Sydney this week.
A new CSU report has found Muslims in Sydney experience high rates of racism but also report a strong sense of belonging to Australia.
Charles Sturt University will co-host the 2nd Australasian Conference on Islam: Radicalisation and Islamophobia in Sydney at the end of November.
The volunteer Muslim chaplain of CSU has condemned the ISIS terror attacks in Paris on the weekend which killed at least 127 people and wounded hundreds more.
Filmmakers of all faiths and religions are invited to submit entries for a unique Australian religious short film competition.
A CSU theologian has been appointed to dual leadership roles in Jerusalem.