Religion & Ethics

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Radicalisation and Islamophobia examined at conference on Islam

Monday 30 Nov 2015

A range of international and national speakers will analyse radicalisation and Islamophobia at a major conference in Sydney this week.

CSU co-hosts 2nd Australasian Conference on Islam

Thursday 19 Nov 2015

Charles Sturt University will co-host the 2nd Australasian Conference on Islam: Radicalisation and Islamophobia in Sydney at the end of November.

CSU Islamic chaplain condemns Paris terror attacks

Monday 16 Nov 2015

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.

Entries called for Religious Short Film Prize

Thursday 29 Oct 2015

Filmmakers of all faiths and religions are invited to submit entries for a unique Australian religious short film competition.

Jerusalem appointments for CSU theologian

Friday 23 Oct 2015

A CSU theologian has been appointed to dual leadership roles in Jerusalem.

‘Reclaiming Humility’ - new book by CSU theologian

Tuesday 20 Oct 2015

The relevance and importance of humility is the focus of a new book by a CSU theologian.

Russian interest and influence in Syria

Monday 21 Sep 2015

The role of Russia in the present conflict in Syria stems from a long history of its involvement in the region, according to a CSU theologian.

CSU Master of Theology boosted

Monday 14 Sep 2015

The major issues in contemporary theology can be explored more thoroughly through a newly revised and expanded higher degree offered by CSU.

‘Christians’ priority for Australia's Syrian refugee intake?

Wednesday 9 Sep 2015

The Australian intake of 12 000 Syrian refugees announced by the Prime Minister today still appears to be well below what other countries are doing, and what Australia could do, according to a CSU academic.

National inter-faith dialogues promote understanding

Wednesday 2 Sep 2015

A series of national public forums organised by the CSU Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture in September aims to promote understanding and tolerance.

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