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Cathy Hookham thought it was angels telling her what people would do before they did, where objects had been and things that'd happened to her family in the past before she was born.She breaks down exactly what she saw and experienced and why it was angels—three of them in fact—that changed everything.Warning: this podcast contains graphic descript…
 
For a number of years, the big fear about artificial intelligence is that it'll become out of humankind's control. It's arguable whether we're there yet, but the processes involved in creating these algorithms are certainly shrouded in mystery—driving many to call them "God-like". The question is: what IS God like?Photo: Visuals—Unsplash…
 
If you've been watching the news recently, you may have heard a few controversial things about naturopaths. We are joined by qualified and practising naturopath Kendra Samuels. Her day job includes clearing up health issues, but today she'll be clearing up the question: what do naturopaths really do?…
 
Todd Brodie is a Strength and Conditioning coach and former footballer for Marconi Stallions, Sydney FC and Sydney United. His journey with the sport has taken him from the Australian Institute of Sport to England and back to Australia. He shares about identity, faith, mental health and his predictions for Euro 2020.…
 
1 in 70 Australians and 1 in 100 New Zealanders have been diagnosed with Coeliac Disease. Those with a gluten intolerance or Coeliac Disease can initially find themselves asking, "what can I eat?", "where can I eat?" and "how will this affect my life?" Kylie Banks, a lifelong sufferer that was only recently diagnosed with Coeliac Disease, shares a …
 
ANZAC Day traditionally remembers Australians and New Zealanders who have fought and died for their countries. But does "remembering" include condoning the act of war and the ethical dilemmas that come with it? We explore the issue with historian Daniel Reynaud, who has published multiple books on the ANZAC legend.…
 
Did life first originate in a floating spore, a pond or as a result of an intelligent designer? Australian scientist Dr John Ashton looks at the evidence, and weighs it against the question—what are the chances that life can be formed out of non-living organisms?Photo credit: Hisu LeeBy Daniel Kuberek
 
Christmas in 2020 will be unlike any other. Many around Australia will be spending December 25 away from family in other states. This year has already provided opportunity for many to slow down and refocus their priorities. As we head into the Christmas silly season, Nathan Brown guides us through honing in on why this celebration matters—and how i…
 
There's no doubt about it—slavery is wrong. Ask the average person on the street and they'll agree with you. But are we supporting it in other ways, like . . . through our shopping? Or our silence on the issue? In his last Signs of the Times Radio show as host, Kent asks Fuzz Kitto those very questions.Photo credit: Johannes Krupinski…
 
The various beliefs about death and the afterlife seem trivial and irrelevant to many of us. That is, until we encounter the reality of death within our own circle. That's when it suddenly becomes important to get to the truth. Sydney's "Aussie pastor" Lloyd Grolimund says the Bible offers clear answers.Image: Unsplash_Ante Samarzija…
 
Guilt has gone out of fashion—in some circles making someone feel guilty is the ultimate social faux pas. It turns out that we're still afflicted by guilt, but many of us don't know how to deal with it in a healthy way. What can ancient biblical traditions teach us about the problem of guilt and the power of forgiveness?Image: Unsplash_Jacqueline D…
 
Once social isolation came into full force, we found ourselves taking long walks in the late afternoon. I said to her, “I don’t want Covid to end because I don’t want to go back to answering telemarketers.” She replied, “I don’t want Covid to end because I don’t want to go back to getting three kids to three different schools every morning.” And so…
 
Previous generations had their life course mapped out for them: if you were a woman it was marriage and motherhood; if you were a man it was taking on your father's trade or profession. But today, we find ourselves paralysed by the avalanche of options presented to us, along with messages to "follow your heart", "find your calling" and "fulfil your…
 
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