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.
The major issues in contemporary theology can be explored more thoroughly through a newly revised and expanded higher degree offered by CSU.
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.
A series of national public forums organised by the CSU Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture in September aims to promote understanding and tolerance.
A CSU lecturer has received a major Australian award for his book about the history of Australian Army chaplains.
Theology students at CSU have returned from a study tour to Israel with an enhanced appreciation for theological archaeology.
Education, not law enforcement intelligence gathering operations, is needed in schools to counter radical ideologies according to a CSU academic.
A CSU researcher based in The Netherlands has secured a major European Commission grant to examine the ethical dimension of terrorism and counterterrorism.
CSU has established a new Study Centre in Melbourne, in collaboration with the Islamic Sciences and Research Academy of Australia (ISRA).
Army chaplains and churches have played a significant role in commemorating Australia's war efforts, including organising the first Anzac Day services, according to a CSU lecturer.