Issue Details: First known date: 2004 2004
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In light of the seeming marginalisation of poetry and religion in the Australian community of the early twenty-first century, John Foulcher reflects on 'the roles of poet and priest in human affairs' and on 'the possibility of our shared future'. He contends that 'to be more distinctly themselves and to serve humanity more completely, religion and poetry need each other.'


  • An edited version of a keynote address presented at the 'Word and Image' conference, organised by the Wesley Institute and held at Robert Menzies College, Macquarie University, 10 October 2003.

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