The triumph of the playboy: how the sexual revolution has turned against women
(4 minute read) Two leading feminist authors talk about sex and ask whether changes from the 1960s onwards have helped or harmed women. Michael Kirke listened in.
Religions should work together to promote world peace
(5 minute read) We offer below an abridged version of Pope Francis’ extraordinary speech at the The Congress of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions in Kazakhstan earlier this month.
“For 70 years the Queen turned up”
(5 minute read) Alex Osborne reflects on life and legacy of the late Queen. Constantly 'on show' for all her life, Elizabeth II gave an outstanding example of humble and consistent public service.
Be careful what you wish for
(3 minute read) Nicole Law examines the flip side of one of the most successful self-help books of recent years.
Do you have a novel in you?
Maddy Fry goes behind the scenes of creative writing groups and finds a world where aspiration and tension sit side-by-side.
For kids, cohabitation is not the same as marriage
In this provocative article Sophia Worringer makes the claim that old-fashioned marriage is best for both women and children. Read on and see if you agree ….
No rest for the dearly departed: religious freedom and crematoriums
(4 minute read) Qamar Rafiq discovers religious freedom has its limits beyond the grave.
Pounding away at life’s keyboard
We need to work hard to develop our psychological and emotional ‘muscle memory’, thinks Nicole Law.
The Adamah Antidote: Episode 4
In our latest podcast episode, our host Ronnie Convery chats with writer Rosemary Black about some of her recent Adamah articles.
The poor philanthropist
(3 minute read) Adam Brocklehurst discovers a man who sought to stay poor to give to the poor.