Monthly Archives: March 2018

Food Preferences As Symbolic of Psychological Divisions: A Christian Take

There was a by-election for the federal seat of Batman last weekend. During the campaign, commentators mentioned the difference between the north of the electorate, which is more traditional Labor territory, and the south of the electorate, which is becoming … Continue reading

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Spending ‘Spiritual Capital’ as a Clergyman

The recent discussion about gun availability has reminded us about the brave move by the Australian Prime Minister, John Howard, in buying back many of the country’s guns, and so helping to decrease the number of mass shootings in Australia, … Continue reading

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How Some of modern Society Offends Our ‘Deep Story’ and Influences Our Politics

Recently, in conjunction with the Davos economic forum on the future of work, I heard another take on why people voted for Donald Trump. The first thing that this person said was that, as a researcher, they went to the … Continue reading

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