The Chinese brother of Christ (The Ark)10/03/15
Hong Xiuquan believed he was the younger brother of Christ and by 1850 had 20,000 Chinese followers gearing up for a rebellion
Methodism in Australia: Glen O'Brien
The foundations of one of Australia's great religious traditions, The Methodists, from a recently published history.
Signpost: Rev Tim Costello on the new United Nations...
Rev Tim Costello CEO of World Vision to take a look at Australia, Human Rights, and the new United Nations Sustainable development Goals.
Uniting Church NextGen in China (The Issue)
Just a week ago a group of 'next gen' young leaders from the Uniting Church in Australia returned from 10 days in China as guests of the China Christian Council.
The Jihad of Jesus (The Interview)
The Jihad of Jesus - Dave Andrews on the sacredness of nonviolence
The issue: Pope Francis in the USA
Pope Francis is in the US of A. What are we to make of it, and does it matter?
Regrets: Tony Hoang
In her continuing series of conversations about regrets Dr Rachael Kohn from ABC RN's The Spirit of Things talks to a Vietnamese Australian who turned around his former life as a gang member and drug dealer.
Signpost: Tom Roberts
The Editor-at-large of the US National Catholic Reporter for Sunday Nights previews Pope Francis' historic visit to the United States.
The Interview: Elizabeth Hall
The woman whose helped British churches be the safest places they can be for children over the last four decades has been sharing her wisdom with her Australian counterparts.
The Issue: Resetting the Australian agenda
With a new Prime Minister and a new Cabinet, Sunday Nights asks leading academics and members of faith-based organisations - advance Australia where?
The Good Life: Regrets
In a new three-part series for The Spirit of Things, Rachael Kohn explores regret and redemption, including an interview with Bronwen Healy, founder of the Hope Foundation.
Signpost: Richard Leonard
Fr Richard Leonard talks to John Cleary about two new Australian films - Last Cab to Darwin and Holding the Man.
The Interview: Islam and Christianity
Visiting Prof Azyumardi Azra of Indonesia and Rev Prof James Haire talk about Islam and Christianity in the modern world.
The Issue: Refugees and religion
The Australian Government has pledged to accept 12,000 Syrian refugees by December this year.
Regional Anglicans speak out on marriage equality
Archdeacon Peter McLeod-Miller, Anglican Rector of St Matthew's Albury says his Bishop's comments on marriage equality this week are 'courageous'.
Signpost: David Rutledge
David Rutledge from ABC RN's Religion and Ethics Report joins Noel Debien to comb over what's making religious news at home and around the world.
The Interview: Tariq Ali
The internationally renowned thinker and writer on modern culture and politics spoke with Sunday Nights during his recent visit to Sydney.
The Issue: Suicide Prevention
The 10th of September is World Suicide Prevention Day. Sunday Nights talks to three experts in the field about risk factors, recovery and the reality of access to services.
Signpost: Luke Geary, Salvos Legal: Ashley Madison 2
Consequences of a dating website hacked, and a Salvos's Legal Project to crowd fund legal aid
Kieran Tapsell on Vatican Blocking Bishops, then: The...
1. Kieran Tapsell discusses new evidence in the Royal Commission: Vatican Blocks Australian Bishops 2. The maker of the film GAYBE BABY - a film about family life in same-sex couples joins us, together with NSW Member of Parliament Shayne Mallard MLC..
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