Stephen Crittenden

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25 Jul 2009

The parlous state of music in public schools means not only are our children missing an important dimension in life, but they miss out on something that promotes brain function and social skills.

China and Venezuela understand the value of music very well, and...


15 Nov 2007

The Australian Christian Lobby is asking election candidates to justify why they are worthy of the 'so-called' Christian vote. Its Managing Director, Jim Wallace has sent out a questionnaire to all major parties quizzing them about the relevance of their policies to Christians. Most parties...



In a multi-cultural, secular society, what is it about religion that still fascinates?

This panel, at the 2009 Sydney Writers Festival, brought together the former archbishop of Edinburgh, Richard Holloway, and authors Michael Bachelard and Tom Frame. Their discussion explored why religion is relevant...

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