undeceive: to free from deception, illusion or error

Every week on Undeceptions, we’ll explore some aspect of life, faith, history, culture, or ethics that is either much misunderstood or mostly forgotten. With the help of people who know what they’re talking about, we’ll be trying to ‘undeceive ourselves’, and let the truth ‘out’.


Remembering Women

Undeceptions brings to life the forgotten women of the early church so we can learn just how significant the fairer sex were for the spread of the Gospel. (read more)

Post Christian

Greg Sheridan is one of Australia’s best known journalists, with something like forty years experience in the business. So when he says Christianity is in trouble, it's worth listening. (read more)

Scientific Theology

Science and religion are like oil and water - they just don’t mix. At least that's the popular conception. Unless you're someone like Alister McGrath, who sees them as two arms on the same clock, rather than two locked in battle. (read more)

Confronting Christianity

The author of 2020’s Christian book of the year, “Confronting Christianity: 12 Hard questions for the World's Largest Religion,” asks is Christianity a viable worldview - or is there just too much going against it? (read more)

Hindu Priest

Much of the world believes you are what you are born to be, a product of your family rearing and social circumstance. But what if after more than twenty years of dedicated service to one god, you come to believe you belong to another? (read more)

Easter Myths

Was the story of Jesus’ final days a fiction, cobbled together from a range of earlier myths. Did Jesus actually die on a cross, and, if so, was it part of his own plan or just a tragic failure. And, of course, what can be said about him rising from the dead? (read more)