Statement from the Rev Peter Catt, President of A Progressive Christian Voice Australia. “There is no need for a Religious Freedom Bill. There are many people throughout the world who are persecuted for their faith. To align oneself with them in the current Australian climate is self-indulgent. Freedom of religion
“Let’s have real reform of our social security system and real reform of our tax system,” says Rev Peter Catt, President of A Progressive Christian Voice Australia (APCVA). APCVA’s election agenda has called for tax reform that would lead to a fairer and simpler system. It supports a reduction in
“The Adani mine cannot be allowed to go ahead. This is simply a matter of being responsible and knowing what the planet can bear,” according to Rev Peter Catt, President of A Progressive Christian Voice Australia. “Simplistic arguments that pit jobs against the environment are not only shallow but also
Anzac Day reflection from Rev Peter Catt and printed in the Brisbane Times. “The question I have been holding as I have re-read some of the (war) poetry is, what if we too told more of the truth on Anzac Day? How would that shape our approach to war and
Good Friday Message from the Rev Peter Catt, President of A Progressive Christian Voice Australia. On Good Friday we remember that Jesus was executed by the political powers with the encouragement of the religious authorities of the time. In a democracy, we the people are the political powers. On Good
A Progressive Christian Voice Australia (APCVA) challenges the political parties to commit to a fairer, more inclusive and more peaceful future during the Federal election campaign. In an election agenda document released today, APCVA has called for The ending of gender inequality with regard to salary for equal work, positions
Do you want another view on the Franklin Graham tour of Australia? See our latest article, James Cone and Graham Franklin: A reflection.
Review: The Palgrave Handbook of Radical Theology. Eds Christopher D Rodkey and Jordan E Miller. Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. It is difficult to know where to start when reviewing a 700 page handbook of theology that contains 27 articles on figures in the field and a further 24 articles on topics
Politics and Religion in Australia … Where are we now? See our latest newsletter covering a wide range of topical issues. APCVA November December 2018 Newsletter
See our latest article, “the hidden influence of progressive theology”, and put legs on your theology.