The trickle up effect is burning our throats and making us choke in protest. Where is the inherited tradition of Christian protest when we need it?
The subversive underground tradition of joke telling is not just a brave response to terror, but a profoundly spiritual one
When we keep people who are not like us at a distance, they tend to become undifferentiated and dehumanised. We need to remain open to diverse
Lies advance slowly and hypnotically like a gentle incoming tide on a summer’s beach day, but they wipe all traces of the castles we have built in ......
The Church ought to have much to say that is affirming and encouraging for those who are mentally unwell, but it frequently falls into a trap
To lament in worship is not the same as being miserable.
When a society no longer believes in a tradition which calls it to love the alien, what exactly guides it?
A sharply scripted, effortlessly acted film about war's new landscape asks all the right questions for which
The Mediterranean exodus is a complex social and political problem, but it is possible to get a working grasp of what is happening if we want to
Honest, respectful debate is in short supply about the big issues of life; instead we hear the echo of our own sealed cave.
Who is the neighbour we are called to be attentive to? We are overdue a difficult conversation around this. Without it, we will either get compassion fatigue
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