October 21st 2017


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COVER STORY Reality of family unit must underlie tax system

EDITORIAL Christianity today: the challenges ahead

CANBERRA OBSERVED Xenophon: a Mr Fixit or a political yo-yo?

DRUGS POLICY Science elbowed aside in rush for latest silver bullet: 'medical marijuana'

TRANSGENDER MARRIAGE Decoys to revolutionary laws redefining sex and marriage

FOREIGN AFFAIRS What is the way out of the Catalan crisis?

NATIONAL AFFAIRS Our barmy Army: all politically correct

FAMILY AND SOCIETY The child as weapon in Family Court process

FAMILY AND SOCIETY Faiths and the global future

KOREA Hermit Kingdom versus the Land of Morning Calm

MUSIC Hi-tech lo-fi: Resistance is futile

CINEMA Blade Runner 2049: A cypher unlocking a mystery

BOOK REVIEW The rebels

BOOK REVIEW An attempt to break through the fog

POETRY

HUMOUR More excerpts from the forthcoming revision of Forget's Dictionary of Inaccurate Facts, Furphys and Falsehoods

LETTERS

EUTHANASIA Victoria's death bill: questions that need answers

TRANSGENDER MARRIAGE: George Christensen calls Parliament's attention to activists' end-game

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by Paul Gray

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The Nightmare of the Prophet is a warning to the Western World. Islamist terrorism has the potential to divide the world into two warring blocs. Presenting a synthesis of insights from some of the world's leading minds, Paul Gray addresses the vital lessons from the world's experience of past totalitarianism, to expose the challenge of terrorism today. The problem is not religion, but that we have forgotten history.

 

About the author

Paul Gray is a languages and philosophy graduate from Monash University who worked for 11 years as an editor and writer for News Weekly. For several years he was a featured columnist in the Herald Sun in Melbourne. He is now on the staff of the vice-chancellor of the University of Melbourne.


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