Is God dead in the West? How is He faring in Australia? As Greg Sheridan shows in his new book God is Good for You: A defence of Christianity in troubled times, these are important questions both for Christians and the rest of the community. Please join Greg in conversation with Virginia Bourke on 9 October at the Cardinal Knox Centre, Melbourne.
Sheridan examines the continuing work of Christians to make the world a better place, the rational case for God, and the contribution of Christianity to Western identity. He also reports on signs of new life - lives and movements of Australian Christians which are dynamic and making a difference, and asks our leading politicians about their deepest religious beliefs.
Please join the PM Glynn Institute for a conversation between Greg Sheridan and Virginia Bourke about the book and about the essential place that the life of faith continues to fill even in our own secular times.
Greg Sheridan is the Foreign Editor at The Australian. He is the author of seven books and writes extensively on Australia’s relationship with Asia, national security, and culture and society.
Virginia Bourke is a lawyer and consultant in private practice. Among her other roles, she is a Director of Mercy Health and member of the Advisory Board of the PM Glynn