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Robyn Whitaker | If one imagines that God is absolute power and that the primary role of a Christian is to obey God, then that becomes the primary model for human relationships too.

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Honorary Researcher Dr Philip Hughes explores how churches can contribute to people’s sense of purpose in an age where tradition is devalued.

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Gary Heard | We are the success stories of the education system. The methods of teaching we experienced, and the forms of assessment we were subject was a framework which supported our progress “through the system”, and marked us out as high achievers. This shows that we have been good at using words to develop insightful and informed responses to questions we have been asked to address.

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Gordon Preece | “How radical is disobeying unfair laws?” Christians have been silent on recent incidents, possibly because they have been “focused on bedroom ethics and not so diligent with business and boardroom ethics.”

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“Where, historically, colonial theology has left Aboriginal voices out of view, I think, as a matter of theological method you should start with Aboriginal voices and then bring in the larger conversation of the Biblical and Christian tradition into Christian identity – never leaving out voices because you do so at your own peril”

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Dr Lolita Paff says “We should be more concerned with outcomes than time.”  She explores the topic in a posting on Faculty Focus.

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