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.
The end of Roe v Wade must be the start of dialogue
(5 minute read) Katelyn Hannel says pro-life and pro-choice campaigners should stop misrepresenting each other.
(9 minute read) Authentic feminism means defending life in the womb and the environment, says Rosemary Black.
Dying to be cool
(6 minute read) Emily Glena reveals the ethical dilemmas involved in a shopping trip to the UK High Street.
How the Academic Establishment Won the Debate by Ignoring the Challenge
(7 minute read) Jukka Savolainen says a social media spat in Finland raises serious questions about how open the university world is to legitimate criticism.
Art and Sciences not Art versus Sciences
(4 minute read) Samantha Seidu pleads for arts subjects not to be considered academic second class citizens.
The likeness of Agnes Bamber
(5 minute read) A discovery in a charity shop in Manchester, Northern England, leads Adam Brocklehurst to reflect on relationships across social divides.
Sinister sounds: How the phonetics of scare words amplify their meaning
John Kline reflects on how scare words like ‘racist’ and ‘hate’ are designed to rattle us.
The Philippines: life beyond elections
Mary Aileen D. Bacalso can barely contain her grief as she fears her homeland will return to a period of brutality and unrest.
Wading into Roe vs Wade
What a leaked judgement means - and doesn’t mean - for America’s abortion laws. Catherine Robinson explains.