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Ethics, justice and social welfare

The 49th law of power

City Legal
Al Stewart
Nov 24th, 2016
The natural way of the world is those with power exploit those without. Yet our society knows this is not the way it should be.

Justice and mercy

City Legal
Kanishka Raffel
Sep 22nd, 2016
The Bible's dilemma is how can God be both just and merciful

Ep 55: Breaking the cycle of poverty in Uganda

Bigger Questions
Justus Miwanda, Ray Ternes
Sep 18th, 2016
How does a Melbourne barrister feel being faced with poverty in Uganda?

Ep 51: When miracles happen

Bigger Questions
Linda Bailey
Aug 7th, 2016
Hear stories of when miracles happen, but how can someone trust Jesus when they don't?

Debate: The biblical account of the Canaanite 'genocide' was justified (Part 1)

Robert Martin, Matthew McArthur
Jun 30th, 2016
What are we to make of Old Testament violence? A Christian and atheist debate.

Debate: The biblical account of the Canaanite 'genocide' was justified

Robert Martin, Matthew McArthur
Jun 30th, 2016
What are we to make of Old Testament violence? A Christian and atheist debate.

Extraordinary justice

The Forum in Sydney
Sam Chan
May 5th, 2016
How do we find justice in a world where life is unfair?

The use and misuse of the law

City Legal
Phillip Jensen
May 7th, 2015
What does God have to do with morality and the Law?

Asylum-seekers in suits: could you be a refugee?

The Forum in Sydney
Mark Leong
Oct 8th, 2014
The story of refuge lost and refuge found begins. What happens when your security crumbles? Where do you go? Ruth 1 offers some insights and answers.

Is it loving to stop the boats?

The Forum in Sydney
Ross Cameron, Katie Wrigley, Greg Lake
Jun 5th, 2014
Watch and/or listen to this panel discussion on how we might treat asylum seekers compassionately.