June 13th 2020


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COVER STORY Covid19: Knowns, unknowns and unknown unknowns

EDITORIAL Reindustrialisation requires a major change of thinking

CANBERRA OBSERVED Labor in box seat for Eden-Monaro by-election

POST-COVID19 ECONOMY Technology Roadmap will put us on a road to nowhere

FOREIGN AFFAIRS Beijing move threatens Hong Kong's freedoms

CHILD SEX ABUSE Royal Commission wilfully ignored Pell evidence

FREE SPEECH Doctor deprived of right to practise for his views

POLITICS AND SOCIETY What's up with conservatism?

LIFE ISSUES A light for life: WA's Lifehouse

POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY 'The hours have lost their clock'

BIOGRAPHY The other Santamaria brother: Dr Joe

RURAL AFFAIRS Works in view to lower spillway of defective Paradise Dam

HUMOUR MacStuttles Adventure Safaris WA (Registered Trademark)

MUSIC One in a hundred years: Prince

LOCKDOWN CLASSIC TV SERIES Spying by numbers: The Prisoner

BOOK REVIEW Follow-up to a ground-breaking economic history

BOOK REVIEW A touch of grandeur

POETRY

LETTERS

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BE NOT AFRAID:
Overcome the Fear of Death

Johann Christoph Arnold

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by Johann Christoph Arnold

(Walden, New York: Plough Publishing House, 2014)
Paperback: 222 pages
ISBN: 9780874869163
Price: US$12.00    AUD$23.95

URL: www.plough.com/en/ebooks/b/be-not-afraid

 

Book description

In Be Not Afraid, Arnold addresses fears that every person faces – fear of death and loss, illness, ageing, fear of vulnerability, and fear of suffering.

A pastor who has worked with the dying for three decades, Arnold knows that each of us must meet death in our own unique way. Yet through stories of people he has known and counselled as a pastor, relative, or friend, he shows how all suffering can be given meaning, and despair overcome. These real-life stories offer sure proof that even today, in our culture of isolation and death, there is reason for hope.

Based on his popular 1997 book, I Tell You a Mystery, this new version has been broadened in scope to include discussion of contemporary issues such as AIDS, suicide and euthanasia.

 

About the author

Johann Christoph Arnold is a senior pastor of the Bruderhof communities, an international Christian communal movement dedicated to living out the teachings of Jesus through a life of discipleship, forgiveness, non-violence, simplicity, service and sharing.

Arnold is also a popular speaker and an award-winning author whose books have been translated into 19 languages. An outspoken social critic, he has been a guest on hundreds of talk shows, and a speaker at numerous colleges and high schools. He advocates a consistent reverence for life and opposes violence in any form. He has worked together with other renowned peacemakers in many of the world’s conflict zones, including Northern Ireland, the Middle East and Rwanda, as well as in local schools, hospitals, nursing homes and prisons.


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