History is needed. Even our Christian history. It is needed in all its gore and glory. We learn from it, and we lean into the future secured by its weight.
A new series tells stories about Australian food through the Powerhouse collection – from First Nations cooking practices, to food trends today.
John Anderson joins author and historian Tom Holland in his London home to discuss Christianity’s role in shaping Western civilisation.
Dr Paul Roe’s book ‘Tell Me Another: A Storyteller’s Search for Australia’s Lost Faith’ looks at the importance of sharing everyone’s stories.
In a stiff, strict world where no excuses were tolerated, Mary MacKillop’s kindness was remarkable, and her life was one of service, love and humility.
The Holden family made a significant contribution to the development of Australian manufacturing and to the shaping of the South Australian economy.
The life of Jindi Cheese founder George Ronalds highlights the rewards of passion and perseverance in achieving beyond what could be hoped for or imagined.
The flowing copperplate script with red and white colours is a logo that is recognisable around the world, but how much of it’s history is known?
What does it mean to make history? Nelson Mandela, Pelé, Mother Teresa, and Albert Einstein are all names which are instantly recognisable to many of us.
How did Christianity travel across the globe? Because people decided to take the message of Jesus to the ends of the earth.