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.
Can you have human dignity without Christianity?
(12 minute read) “If human dignity is a Christian concept, what happens to it after Christianity?” asks Nathaniel Peters.
Alone in Jerusalem
(5 minute read) Adam Brocklehurst finds himself curious about, annoyed, but ultimately captivated by the Holy City.
Editorial: Ashes to ashes
(1 minute read) In the week when Christians throughout the world received ashes to start Lent, Ronnie Convery thinks of the rubble and ashes of Ukraine’s demolished cities.
Smile … It’s Lent!
(7 minute read) The Christian season of Lent is as much about joy as it is about self-denial, believes Lisa Fraser.
Christmas against the Nazis
(5 minute read) Joseph Evans describes how a Christmas ski trip prepared a heroic group of German students for their later anti-Nazi activism.
Taking the temperature of COP26
(4 minute read) Martin Poulsom of the University of Roehampton in London draws on the Christian tradition to offer a verdict on the recent UN conference and the climate emergency.
What I learned about God from my atheist friends
(4 minute read) Natasha Pritchard finds her faith bolstered from the most unlikely of sources.
The greatest story ever told?
(2 minute read) Nicole Law binges on a very old tale told in a very new way in the form of a compelling series.
A man in search of truth or a cultural wrecking ball?
(8 minutes) Francis Grimer offers an insight into the life and message of the phenomenon that is Jordan B. Peterson.