Art & Culture

When the Good News makes news

(3 minute read)
Nicole Law on the curious case of the Bible podcaster who is topping the charts.

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Social IssuesThought-provoking

Death in modern America

(6 minute read)
The execution of Lisa Montgomery must be a wake-up call to America, argues Monica Amendola, who sees the state-sponsored killing of citizens as a grim practice which has had its day.

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Social IssuesThought-provoking

What will the new United States’ presidency mean to the world’s Muslims?

(6 minute read)
As President Biden prepares to take office, Hajra Rehman highlights the areas that need attention in the United States’ relationship with the Islamic world.

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Art & CultureHistory

Edinburgh’s healing beauty

(8 minute read)
Adam Brocklehurst recalls a moment of consolation in the galleries of Scotland’s capital.

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Art & Culture

Draw, doodle or dance: well or badly doesn’t really matter

(3 minute read)
Being happy to fail in our creative endeavours is an essential way to draw out the ‘artist child’ deep inside us all, Nicole Law discovered.

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Social Issues

How to quit pornography…

(15 minute read)
In this bravely honest account Isaac Withers offers advice as someone who has quit the habit.

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Exploring life’s big (and not so big) issues through the spoken word.

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HistoryThought-provoking

The Epiphany star: still shining after all these years

(10 minute read)
Joseph Evans sees the star which, tradition has it, guided the Wise Men to Jesus as an ancient form of the internet. And he argues that, two millennia on, the tale continues to be relevant for believers and unbelievers alike.

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Editorial

The best of 2020

Since it’s a time for looking back as well as looking forward, we wanted to share with you some of Adamah’s best articles from 2020, in case you missed them … or to enjoy again.

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COVID-19LatestLifestyleMental HealthSocial Issues

Discovering unlikely worlds in the silence of 2020

Margareth Sembiring uses the lockdown silence to look inside herself, and hears unforeseen melodies …

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