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Big Questions

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Ethics

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Lives of Faith

 

CPX in the Media

Sex and Shame: Why hell is getting what you want - In an era where sexual license is an unquestioned good, Justine Toh argues that Steve McQueen's latest film Shame is brave enough to consider its costs.
Science no match for angels at our tables - What can feasting tell us about what it means to be human? And can it reveal the limits of science? Simon Smart digs in.
Melancholia, and the meaning of life - Justine Toh considers Lars von Trier's latest film, an unforgettable, if profoundly discomfiting, viewing experience - one that leaves the audience wondering what kind of universe we inhabit.
A solo Christmas is not necessarily a sad thing - Justine Toh on the value of spending Christmas with others.
Believer or not, hope sustains all - Simon Smart responds to the claim that the Christmas-story is nothing more than wish-fulfilment, arguing that something can be both a wish and reality at the same time and that disbelief can be wish-fulfilment just as much as belief.