The Future of Democracy in a Post Christian West. By Peter Corney
THE FUTURE OF DEMOCRACY IN A POST CHRISTIAN WEST - By Peter Corney
More people attend an AFL match between Carlton and Collingwood at the ‘MCG’ on a weekend in Melbourne than the combined membership of all Australian political parties. In the 90’s ALP membership was around 50,000, it is now about 30,000 and still [...]
By Peter Corney Irvin D.Yalom writes fascinating stories based on his experience as a psychotherapist. His work in group psychotherapy is ...
By Peter Corney Summary: Artists, writers, film makers and playwrights in the 20th C often reflected in their work a sense ...
By Peter Corney The French Revolution in the late 18th Century began France’s great secular experiment. The age of Reason had ...
Clues for Christian leaders – How to get more done
For leaders there’s always more to do than you can keep up with. Here’s some ideas for how to get more done but stay healthy!
1. Work harder. Yes, but there is a limit to this. There is a limit to your energy, your time, your [...]
THE DROP OUTS By Peter Corney (This article was first published in “Equip” magazene, Feb 2013 .)
Why is it that an increasing number of Baby Boomer (1) Christians who, not having lost their faith, have nevertheless dropped out of church or become so disengaged they still attend but seem to be just going through [...]
ALIENS AND EXILES IN A STRANGE LAND – LIVING AS A CHRISTIAN IN CONTEMPORARY WESTERN CULTURE.
By Peter Corney.
For Christians living in Western culture today, as it moves further and further away from its Christian heritage, it sometimes feels like being an alien or an immigrant or perhaps even like being in exile. “How do we [...]