The persecution of Christians: how our silence leads to violence
(3 minute read) John Pontifex says it's time to break the silence about Christians being killed for their faith in the contemporary world.
When a trip to the theatre can be as good as a therapy session
(4 minute read) Lisa Fraser reviews Ibsen’s intense drama John Gabriel Borkman.
(2 minute read) Nicole Law finds discomforting truths in the lyrics of Taylor Swift.
When defending freedom becomes attacking freedom
(3 minute read) A proposed UK law designed to protect women from duress could end up denying freedom of expression, believes Zuzana Revayova.
Dying to cross the border
(3 minute read) Samuel B Parker says that dysfunctional US immigration policy has tragic and lethal consequences.
Philosophy lessons from Spider-Man
(3 minute read) Sean Hurley looks at the hidden themes in the latest Marvel blockbuster.
Discovering – and being – the saint next door
As Christians throughout the world celebrate the feast of All Saints, Nicole Law says all of us can be saints with a little effort.
Can we be curious?
(4 minute read) Why don’t we ask questions anymore? Asks Monica Sharp.
A French woman’s take on la Reine Elizabeth
Lisa Fraser offers a Gallic perspective on the death of the British monarch.
A death observed
(2 minute read) As the Scottish parliament debates a proposal which seeks to legalise euthanasia, Ronnie Convery chronicles the death, both ordinary and extraordinary, of a simple Glaswegian woman.