Scott Wegener talks with a man who likes his music with two kinds of "gospel."
Making excuses for our actions, or lack of them, is almost part of human nature. But is it acceptable? Glenis Lindley gives her opinion.
What God created was good, and after thousands of years it still is. It's just that it's sometimes a little difficult to discern, says Graeme Loftus.
Equals in courage and zeal, these two leaders of the Reformation still had their differences. Robert Wearner looks at the lives, times and legacy of Zwingli and Luther.
You know all the facts: smoking kills and you need to quit. But how do you break the habit? Victor Parachin gives 8 ways to help you quit.
Over some 20,000 km in all, Tony Moore has retraced the missionary journeys of Paul. From beginning to end, he found hope.
When her son David contracted meningitis, Annette Barlow knew God would take care of him, as she told Christine Miles.
The problem with swallowing distasteful medication isn't always the medicine itself; rather, it's how it's administered, says Ami Hendrickson.
Kids can be frustrating, as all parents well know. But as Sheila O'Connor points out, you can and need to stay in control of them-and yourself.
As our world isn't perfect, our relationships aren't either. Nevertheless, with effort, we can be perfectly happy with our partner, argues Juanita Eastwick.
Truth mixed with error is dangerous, especially if you're using it to establish belief. And it's what Robert McIver sees in the best-selling Da Vinci Code.
Disunity again threatens the European Union (EU).
Students at Canberra's Macquarie Primary School were asked to close their eyes and imagine the year 2020 then write what they saw. Their ideas could be as weird as they wanted. What they wrote was published in The Spinning Tree, the title poem of which re
I don't understand what has happened. I don't know if I'll be able to ever trust anyone else again.
Many feel miserable and fear they are headed for serious depression and need treatment.
The plan is to link mobile phone users to Internet publications, even when they are not online.