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In Pursuit of (Someone’s) Justice

Embedded in much contemporary political (and theological) discourse is an underlying assumption that the definitions of grand concepts such as “inclusivity” and “justice” are glaringly self-evident. What has preoccupied some of the best minds in philosophical history has now, apparently, … Continue reading

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Bishop Ambrose of Milan and the Relationship between Church and Emperor: A Snapshot

For contemporary Western democracy, the idea that the Church and state should remain separate entities free from mutual influence enjoys popular acceptance. In a religiously plural and multicultural country such as Australia, it is widely thought that the Government administration … Continue reading

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Political Activism in a Social Media Age

Number 1 of a new #ryansrant series If it were possible to shame someone out of a racist or sexist attitude then we might expect to see a lot more harmony and community within our culture than we currently do. … Continue reading

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