Editorial: ‘Everyone is an artist’
(2 minute read) We all have a creative streak which we should release and nurture, argues Tascha Von Uexkull.
Editorial: Believing in love
(3 minute read) We must overcome the pessimism which stops us experiencing the saving power of love, argues Joseph Evans.
Resurrection lessons from wilting flowers
(3 minute read) Watching flowers wilt and return to freshness helped Nicole Law understand better the great Christian mystery of Christ's rising from the dead.
Editorial: Questions of identity
(2 minute read) Holy Week in Christianity leads Ronnie Convery to ask what constitutes identity: in faith, politics, and in the human person.
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.
No turning back …
(2 minute read) A Spanish conquistador teaches Nicole Law that the Easter season is also a time for courage.
Easter ‘21: rising from the pandemic
Easter is one of those feasts which goes under several disguises. Chocolate-fest, spring break, holiday weekend … yet rarely is it recognised for what it is, namely the Christian feast which requires the ultimate leap of faith. For if truth be told, even a benign agnostic or distracted atheist could just about cope with the miraculous Jesus who cures the sick, walks on lakes or turns water into wine. But when it comes to rising, physically, to life after being dead and buried, well, that really is a leap of faith. Yet that is what 2.382 billion human beings or 31.11 per cent of the world’s population will be officially…