Real men care
(10 minute read) Joseph Evans goes back in history to find a surprising model for manhood and argues that concern for the dignity of women is more fundamental to Christianity and all true religion than we might think.
Love not hatred is the way to end racism
(7 minute read) “There is only one race, the race of the children of God.” These words of a great Catholic saint of the 20th century, Josemaria Escriva, nicely capture how we at Adamah view the Black Lives Matter movement, writes Joseph Evans.
It’s time to talk: the urgency of inter-religious dialogue
(10 minute read) Joseph Evans says different religions need to engage in hard talking and hard loving for the whole world’s good.
Editorial: Our obsession with control
(2 minute read) We have to learn to let go and stop trying to control every aspect of our lives, argues Joseph Evans.
Editorial: The barriers of insecurity
(2 minute read) The walls we build usually denote weakness rather than strength, argues Joseph Evans.
Editorial: Game of thrones: our fascination with the royals
(3 minute read) Joseph Evans asks if we’re expecting too much of modern monarchy, and whether instead we should expect more of ourselves.
Editorial: What makes a great leader?
(2 minute read) This week's Adamah offerings lead Joseph Evans to reflect on the differences between a good and bad leader.
Editorial: Believing in love
(3 minute read) We must overcome the pessimism which stops us experiencing the saving power of love, argues Joseph Evans.
Editorial: The myth of neutrality
(2 minute read) If you think you’re a free thinker, chances are someone is telling you what to think, argues Joseph Evans.
Editorial: An urgently needed silent revolution
(2 minute read) Restraining our own tyrannical impulses is the best response to tyranny in the world, argues Joseph Evans.